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Update java & WordPress plugin to use the rest API.
Only compatible with WMC 1.3.0rc WordPress Plugin
- Tested on Spigot 1.12.2
- Cleaned up a lot of internals by simplifying a ton of requests.
- Now building with okHTTP3 library for ease of use.
- Move to REST API.
- Tested on Spigot 1.12.1
- Cleaned up a lot of pointless code.
- Privatized a lot of methods.
- Make OrderID more visible in the sea of text.
- Fixed - #137 - Removed missing commands from help message.
- Fixed - #130 - Commands not processing due to new white-list worlds config being commented out.
Also added a few extra debug messages.
Some decent updates on this end.
- Added - Redirect Exceptions for sending/receiving data from the server. You will now get an exception if your host is redirecting the requests in most cases.
- Added - Debug logging specifically for HTTP requests. Just set
debug: truein your config.
- Added - Exception handling for sending order updates to server. Will now throw exceptions if plugin receives invalid data.
- Added - World white-listing, props FabioZumbi12 - disabled by default
- Added - Clarification around server key, props spannerman79
- Updated - HTTP Requests now use
CloseableHttpResponseso connections will now close, not sure if they weren't before.
- Removed - Support for MC 1.7.10
This build is specifically for 1.11.1 and is un-tested.
This build is untested on servers, use at your own risk.
- Better error handling from WordPress
- Make use of the
debug: trueflag in the config.
- Code cleanup, removed unused libs, removed commented code.
- Added config validation for users coming from older versions - will now throw exceptions if your config is not setup properly and will stop the check. - Should fix #111 #110 and #109 errors from popping up again.
- Fixed player online check, props @FailPlayDE - #108
- REMOVED Reload & Register commands - more problems than their worth.
Puts debugging back to use. In your config.yml for the plugin set the following:
This will allow the log to also log what the web-server sends to the plugin. Referencing issue #106