High Quality PocketMine Plugins
Download reviewed plugins with simple URLs from Poggit Release
Poggit is the official plugin repository for PocketMine Minecraft Servers running PMMP PocketMine. For more information on setting up a PocketMine Server please see the documentation , or browse the PMMP forums. Server owners can download plugins, subscribe to projects, or vote for and review plugins. Developers can log in with a GitHub account to build plugins directly from Github, and submit them for release on Poggit.
Plugins released on Poggit are reviewed by staff and members of the community. You can filter plugins by API version to list those that are compatible with your server, browse the latest or most popular plugins, search for the plugins you need, and download the plugin .phar files to place in your servers 'plugins' folder.
You may also download plugins from the command line using tools like wget or curl:
wget https://poggit.pmmp.io/get/Sheep See the API
documentation for more details.
You can vote on a plugin and give comments to let others know if the plugin is good. You can also give suggestions there, but remember not to use reviews as the bug tracker!
Tools for Developers
Build phar files automatically from GitHub source code.
Once you have set up your plugins GitHub repo with Poggit-CI, Poggit-CI will create a .phar file from your code every time you push commits to the designated branches. This allows your users to update to the latest unreleased snapshots of your plugin without you having to build the plugin and upload it yourself.
When you receive pull requests Poggit also creates Pull Request builds, so you can test the pull request by downloading a build from Poggit CI directly. Pull Request builds may be dangerous to use!
Virions — Libraries for PocketMine plugins
Some developers write libraries specifically for PocketMine plugins, which you can include automatically within your own builds using Poggit. See the Virion Documentation for details. You may find a list of virions here.
Lint for PocketMine Plugins
Poggit will check your plugin for common problems after creating a build. You can consult the lint result on the Poggit-CI page. The lint result will also be reported as GitHub status checks, which will do many cool things.
PHPStan analysis for PocketMine Plugins
Poggit will also run PHPStan in a container after injecting virions. Any plugin or composer dependencies (located in plugin.yml & composer.json respectively) will be installed to allow a thorough analysis of the plugin to be done. The results are available through the project CI page.
Poggit cannot test the builds for you, but there is a script that you can put into your Travis-CI build which will download builds from Poggit for testing. Refer to this example in WorldEditArt.