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Discussion in 'Spigot Help' started by beecast10, Jun 6, 2015.
Could someone please give me the server code?
Sorry, but if you can't find it on your own, you shouldn't be playing around with it. Hint: buildtools clones the git, and doesn't cleanup.
no i use this one java -jar spigot-1.8.7.jar
Use BuildTools to get the server jar.
The source code can be found in the folders after you ran buildtools.
Other ways of getting the source code are illegal.
java -Xms512M -Xmx1024M -XX:MaxPermSize=128M -jar spigot.jar
it works got it off the forums
well installastion mad by md_5
If I recall correctly, Distributing of source code is legal, however distributing it in a compiled format isn't. No idea why github took the project down, but they did.
maybe is spigotmc hosting their source code on their own machines or something?
sorry, you are going to have to find it on your own.
Yeah, they are.
I believe you can find most of our source code here: https://hub.spigotmc.org/stash/projects/SPIGOT
Eh, guys I'm pretty sure he ment the server-startup batch file.
It's not allowed because of the DMCA by that bukkit contributor, which was correct, because bukkit is under GPL, but craftbukkit contains mojang code, which is not under GPL. So currently spigotmc just gives us ways how to decompile and edit mojangs source code (which is done by BuildTools automatically) and do it for ourselfs as that is allowed.
Buildtools will do the following:
Download the minecraft server software
Decompiles it using fernflower
Adds the mappings
Clone SpigotServer (fork of craftbukkit)
Clone SpigotAPI (fork of bukkit)
Applies the patches
And compiles it using maven
Shit; I removed the "L"'s instead of the "S"'s.
i'll just send over the codes hold up, lodin scratch up to gather proxy info vpn ip
Close but no cigar.
The abridged version is:
Download Minecraft server
Decompile and map the vanilla source (see the work directory after running buildtools)
Apply patches for CraftBukkit (based off CB/NMS diff, will produce CB/B source)
Compile CB/B (technically not required to build Spigot, you just need the source)
Clone, the above, CB/B sources and apply Spigot-API/Spigot-Server patches on top of these (producing Spigot-Server and Spigot-API)
Compile Spigot-Server and Spigot-API
Copy compiled jars
Meh, close euff'. Both still prints the picture of the whole concept.