Well, this totally makes sense...

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by ZanderMan9, Jun 24, 2014.

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    I am developing a new plugin, a very simple one just for practice that teleports players up using sign and yadda yadda... However, I get a "jar does not contain plugin.yml" error on starting up my testing server... I copied a template from one of my previous projects, which work just fine, and yet no matter what I do, I can't get it working... Here's the error: http://pastebin.com/hBmtTh0f
    Here's a screenshot of what goes on when I export it: Export.PNG
    I can't fathom what could be wrong, as I've been doing the same thing for my other plugins, and they've all been fine.
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    Where did you put the plugin.yml file? Also, what does your plugin.yml file look like?
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    In the plugin's folder, like my other, working, plugins. It's like this, again, like my other working plugins...
    name: UpSign

    author: ZanderMan9

    version: 1.0

    main: me.Up.Sign1.Main

    description: 'Signs that tp you up'

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    Is there a chance that your main is not correct?
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    Nope, I'm sure of it. Checked and rechecked. That wouldn't throw that error anyway though?
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    are you using maven? if so you will need to make an includes section in the build configuration of pom.xml.
    another point, you shouldnt be capitilizing packages.
    so theres no resource folder? open the compiled jar with winrar and make sure the plugin.yml is in it. if its not you can just drag it in yourself.
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    Ok thanks let me see
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