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Spout

What is SpoutAPI?

SpoutAPI is the API for the Spout server and framework.

Copyright (c) 2011-2012, SpoutDev http://www.spout.org

Who is SpoutDev?

SpoutDev is the team behind the Spout and Spoutcraft projects, I See You, and Pipe.
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Source

The latest and greatest source can be found on GitHub.
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License

SpoutAPI is licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License Version 3, but with a provision that files are released under the MIT license 180 days after they are published. Please see the LICENSE.txt file for details.

Compiling

SpoutAPI uses Maven to handle its dependencies.

  • Install Maven 2 or 3
  • Checkout this repo and run: mvn clean install

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