Rolecraft - An open source RPG plugin

Discussion in 'WIP and Development Status' started by PandazNWafflez, Jul 9, 2014.

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    PandazNWafflez

    The idea of Rolecraft is to create a highly configurable RPG plugin, with professions, magic and many other features.

    As of now, there are four of us working on Rolecraft, and plenty of progress has been made. We don't need any more developers for the project - we feel our current team is big enough. The project's current source is hosted on GitHub - link here if you want to view it.

    Most plans / issues are outlined on the GitHub issue tracker (link), so if you have something to contribute to discussion without wanting to join in the development, leave a comment there, or create a new issue if you feel it's necessary.
     
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    Im_Zeus

    I already have these systems on my own plugin. I'd be interested in putting together a team, as I'm kind of bored since I wrote most of it in a month's time. Message me.
     
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    mythbusterma

    If you're still interested, I wouldn't mind helping
     
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    Msrules123

    What he said.
     
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    PandazNWafflez

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    PandazNWafflez

    Traks is now helping with the project. A reminder that if anyone wants to help out they're welcome to, but we only want a couple more people, as we don't want it getting too chaotic.
     
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    PandazNWafflez

    There's some good progress being made on this - if any web developers fancy it, we're considering the possibility of website statistics (guilds, players, professions etc) and we'd love it if somebody wanted to join the team to do that.
     
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    Onlineids

    LaughingQuoll Your code in your signature is wrong, just saying...
     
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    LaughingQuoll

    Onlineids the signature has two lines missing lol
     
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    Onlineids

    LaughingQuoll Its this line
    Code:java
    1. if( e.getPlayer() = "LaughingQuoll"){
    2.  
     
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    LaughingQuoll

    lol. I see if( e.getPlayer() == "LaughingQuoll"){
    } Fixed
     
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    Onlineids

    LaughingQuoll Also you should be getting there name and not comparing through == but .equals
     
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    AoH_Ruthless

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    Onlineids

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    PandazNWafflez

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    AoH_Ruthless

    Onlineids
    Damn it. Lol I will go learn to read now :)
     
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    tigerchamp34

    Still need some help?
     
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    DusRonald

    I want to join his development team.
     
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    PandazNWafflez

    tigerchamp34 DusRonald

    If you guys want to help out, I'd appreciate you showing me something that proves that you are capable with Bukkit / Java.
     
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    habbcraw

    I might be able to help with web or java.
     
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    PandazNWafflez

    habbcraw

    As above, I'd appreciate something that shows you are capable of working on this project.
     
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    habbcraw

    PandazNWafflez Well you could check some small things I have on my BukkitDev account couldn't use it here but my name there is SammyyMan

    You could also check my server to see some of my other work but PM me if so,
     
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    LaughingQuoll

    habbcraw the web part of the plugin is being done by me. Also I have almost done it. I am just waiting for a version of Rolecraft I can test it with.
     
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    PandazNWafflez

    LaughingQuoll If you've almost done it you should commit it, even if it's untested (all of the plugin code is untested lol)
     
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    LaughingQuoll

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    Nashor

    Just curious. Whats with all the final modifiers you are using?
     
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    PandazNWafflez

    Nashor

    Personally, I mark everything as final if it doesn't need. It essentially shows people who read your code what shouldn't be changed. On older JVMs it also allows more aggressive optimizations - although that's not really applicable anymore. It's more personal preference than anything.

    Also, if somebody is trying to follow your code and sees final, they know they don't have to pay attention to see if the variable changes later - making it especially useful in dense code which can be hard to understand even when you aren't paying attention to what changes.
     
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    Nashor

    I might be interested in helping but I'm not really sure how I can prove my knowledge here. I've been coding Java for a few years now and most of my learning was done while learning Bukkit so I'm pretty proficient. I'm also good with Collections and general program design. I'm a Computer Engineering student if that helps. Do you guys have some instant form of communication besides the issue tracker?
     
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    PandazNWafflez

    OK - with the addition of Nashor to the team, we won't be adding any more developers for the foreseeable future - we don't want there to be too many people.
     
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