Solved Make Easy API?

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by migcabreraes, Nov 23, 2014.

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    migcabreraes

    Hello GUys, I am bored and I was wondering if you can create a type of api for example a code be: onCommand = cmdCommand, getLogger().info(""); = getConsole()MSG("");

    - Thanks All!
     
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    Double0negative

    I think you should go learn what your talking about first..
     
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    _Filip

    Lol what are you even trying to do?
     
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    TGRHavoc

    migcabreraes
    If I understand you correctly then you are wanting to re-write Bukkit code to suite your "Easy API". However, wouldn't renaming "onCommand" to "cmdCommand" just make everything confusing? "onCommand" is pretty self-explanatory whereas "cmdCommand", what does that even represent?

    For those who are confused I think he wants to make a plugin/API for bukkit that makes things "Easier", the examples he gives are changing "onCommand" method to "cmdCommand" and the "getLogger().info( MESSAGE ) " to "getConsole().MSG( MESSAGE )"..
     
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    acer5999

    He's trying to make Java MySQL in that it will be plain english I 'm assuming.
    Wouldn't be that hard, just execute methods inside simpler methods
     
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    Skionz

    acer5999 I didn't get anything about MySQL from that :eek:
     
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    migcabreraes

    yes. sorry, but i am not english
     
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    Skionz

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    migcabreraes

    that is! example CommandCMD run / replace onCommand, not be as explain it well.

    google translate is very bad for translate spain to english , elpais traductor is good.
     
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    Rocoty

    migcabreraes My question is, why would you want to do this? What is so wrong about the current methods that you would like to change their names? I honestly see no use for this. And frankly this isn't what we call an API.
     
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    teej107

    If your talking about registering and having the actual command object in code, you can do that. I would say your current approach though is not possible though.
     
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    acer5999

    MySQL code is extremely easy to understand and that's what I think he's trying to do here, make all the methods and stuff more understandable, almost like english
     
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    Rocoty

    acer5999 so cmdCommand is more understandable than onCommand? And msg is more English than log? Am I missing something really important here?
     
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    acer5999

    Rocoty No, those seem impossibly cryptic in comparison, but he calls it an "Easy" API, meaning you can wrap your head around it easier than with plain Bukkit/Java. I'm just guessing that's what he meant and he just sucks at examples
     
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    teej107

    Why don't you just write your own language then, or just hire a developer? Same thing right?
     
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    migcabreraes

    easy, I just want to make to try new things, since the best way to learn is to practice and writing code.
     
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    Rocoty

    migcabreraes While that's true, I think you might be going about things the wrong way. By all means be curious. Think "I wonder what happens if I do this" and then do it. But this...how in the world were you planning to actually go about it. You may try, but you'll soon realise that it's too much work to be worth it.
     
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    es359

    What....? LOL There is no reference to the MySQL in the OP. Do you even know what your talking about?
     
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    bwfcwalshy Retired Staff

    migcabreraes There very self explanatory, why change them? Also getLogger.Msg() is only 1 letter shorter than .info() why? 1 Character is hardly going to make things "easy"
     
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    migcabreraes

    is a example xd

    Yes, you are right that that is much work for something small that I want to do, but to prove nothing. As you could start?

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    mythbusterma

    migcabreraes

    There is absolutely no reason to do this. The way Bukkit plugins are currently done (other than the plugin.yml file) is very simple and intuitive for someone that actually knows how to program. It is a well designed API that doesn't need botching.
     
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    migcabreraes

    okey
     
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    acer5999

    Sigh... I was using MySQL as an example, albeit a poor one, for a readable language. MySQL is one of the closest to plain English languages I can think of.
     
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