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$ cd ../plugins
$ ls
$ rm HelloWorld.jar
$ ls
Now have a look at a much simpler version of HelloWorld , which uses EZPlugin ,
and is located in code/HelloWorldEZ/src/helloworld/ :
package helloworld;
import net.canarymod.plugin.Plugin;
import net.canarymod.logger.Logman;
import net.canarymod.Canary;
import net.canarymod.commandsys.*;
import com.pragprog.ahmine.ez.EZPlugin;
public class HelloWorld extends EZPlugin {
@Command(aliases = { "hello" },
description = "Displays the hello world message." ,
permissions = { "" },
toolTip = "/hello" )
public void helloCommand(MessageReceiver caller, String[] parameters) {
String msg = "That'sss a very niccce EVERYTHING you have there..." ;
Notice that this just has a bunch of import s at the top, and then the command
business—the part we're actually interested in—down at the bottom. This
will be the skeleton for all our upcoming plugins.
Go ahead and make sure you can build it, and that it can find the EZPlugin
$ cd Desktop
$ cd code/HelloWorldEZ
$ ./
You should see the usual successful output:
Compiling with javac...
Creating jar file...
Deploying jar to /Users/andy/Desktop/server/plugins...
Completed Successfully.
If not, double-check that EZPlugin.jar is in Desktop/server/lib , and go back into
EZPlugin.jar and rebuild it if needed.
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