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README.md

Skungee

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Spigot Socket API and Bungeecord Skript Addon.

Building

Open a command prompt

The following will clone Skungee to your current directory location. To change the current directory as to where you want it cloned, type cd PATH replace PATH with the directory path location.

Then type the clone command git clone https://github.com/TheLimeGlass/Skungee.git

Now to build Skungee you simply need to run the gradle build command. You can find the compiled JAR file in ./build/libs of the gradle folder when complete.

Note: If you do not have [Gradle] installed then use ./gradlew for Unix systems or Git Bash and windows systems have executable gradlew.bat.

API

You can use Skungee without Skript being required. You can use Skungee as an advanced socket protocol between Bungeecord and Spigot. Check out the tutorial here https://github.com/Skungee/Skungee/wiki/Using-the-Skungee-API

Contributing

The only guideline we have is to follow Google's Java coding style https://google.github.io/styleguide/javaguide.html Pull requests and contributions are welcome.

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