Open Source Plugins

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by TheDeviousKitty, Oct 16, 2013.

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    Is there a list of open source plugins anywhere? Does anyone have some? Can I just download any plugin and open it in a IDE?
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    You can open up any plugin's .jar file with the jdGUI program. You can download it here:

    Just open the jar, click file, and click save-all-sources and it will save the raw .java files in a .zip file wherever you want.
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    Thanks, I'll check it out. Do you happen to know of a list of actual open-source plugins, or a place I can find them?
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    im not sure about a list but you can always just look through bukkit dev, allot of plugins have a link to their source code on their plugin page
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    You can always open up a jar with a decompiler, you just cannot republish them, though(unless you have permission, of course).
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    Well you also can't really copy word for word the code from the plugins either, because that's also copyright infringement/plagiarism.
    But you're allowed to get a basic idea on how it works.
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