High Quality PocketMine Plugins
Download reviewed plugins with simple URLs from Poggit "Release"
When developers submit plugins to Poggit they are reviewed and tested before being released to the public. Poggit Plugins are therefore considered safe to use, and quality is generally promising. Log in with a GitHub account to see more plugins, leave reviews, and start building your own plugins. If you haven't done so already, make sure you visit the official PMMP forums for PocketMine help, advice, tutorials and more.
The plugin index is categorized, and each released plugin is versioned. Use the search box to list Poggit plugins by category, author & keywords.
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Build Projects Automatically with Poggit
Create builds the moment you push to GitHub.
Poggit CI will set up webhooks in your repos to link to Poggit. When you push a commit to your repo, Poggit will create a development build. When you receive pull requests, Poggit also creates PR builds, so you can test the pull request by downloading a build from Poggit CI directly.
Different plugin frameworks are supported. Currently, the normal one with a
plugin.yml, and the NOWHERE framework, can be used.
An online language manager can also be enabled. After you push some language files to your repo, there will be a webpage for online translator, and other people can help you translate your plugin to other languages. Then the poglang library will be compiled with your plugin, along with some language files contributed by the community.
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Lint for PocketMine Plugins
Check pull requests before you merge them.
After Poggit CI creates a build for your project, it will also execute lint on it. Basically, lint is something that checks if your code has problems. See Poggit Help: Lint for everything the lint checks.
You can check out the lint result on the Poggit Build page. The lint result will also be uploaded to GitHub, in the form of status checks, which will do many cool things.
Note: Poggit cannot test the builds for you, but there is a script that you can put into your Travis-CI build, which will wait for and then download builds from Poggit for testing.
Concentrate on your code.
Leave the dirty work to the machines.
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Why does Poggit exist? Simply to stop a situation from the web comic
xkcd from happening.