Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by tips48, Aug 16, 2012.
Just in case nobody noticed
Already has been for a while.
:d it's been there since they day 1.3 came out. Didn't have much of anything until recently though.
Thats interesting... why did no one tell me Dinnerbone worked for Mojang as well? Thats very interesting!
That's old haha
Yeah, I guess I just never picked up on it haha
This Minecraft-API better not be a replacement for bukkit... cause I am not re-writing my plugins...
That would take days of tedious work...
It will be. read read read!
RIP Jnorr44's plugins, for he was too lazy to spend a day or two fixing his own work.
For some people this change could take more than just a few days.
There can be a bukkit for the minecraft api
But I'm not talking about some people, I'm talking about Jnorr44.
Unless they build with CraftBukkit, I doubt it
What about a permissions plugin, which is almost entirely based around the permissions features of the api?
For some people it may take more than a few days... and as in days I probably shouldve said weeks... because re-writing large plugins takes much longer than re-writing some of the plugins I saw earlier....
This is inexcusable... even for a first plugin... (my first plugin was large)
This guy has a plugin called badtnt, and it basically prevents the placement of tnt...
so... 4 lines of code? + maybe 5 more for the main class onEnable and onDisable and registering events?
EDIT: + imports and class declarations
Who says the API won't have a permissions API?
It all depends on the differences between the two.
don't worry people. it will take ages before the API is done with this paste
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