Java Reference
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Next Up
Congratulations! You just compiled and installed a plugin from source code,
installed it on your local server, connected, and tested it out! You then built
the EZPlugin library and installed it as well.
With that out of the way, we'll spend the next few chapters taking a deeper
look at all the source code that makes a plugin, and see what makes Java
tick so you can make your own plugins.
Your Growing Toolbox
13%
You now know how to:
•Use the command-line shell
•Build with Java, javac
•Run a Minecraft server
•Deploy a plugin
•Connect to a local server
 
 
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