[In Limbo] Pore Returned - A Sponge implementation of the Bukkit API

PoreRT is Pore, but with a different angle to it. PoreRT is meant to help with the porting of plugins from Bukkit to Sponge without having to completely rewrite the plugin. There are currently some working plugins, but I’m not sure to the degree of which they work. I’ll be trying to port some plugins over to Sponge over the coming weeks, so we’ll see what comes of that.



I wish you luck with this.

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error some plugins from bukkit not working normal. Example worldguard.

In order for people to be able to help you, you’ll need to include a pastebin of your error message.

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Please file an issue using the link above :wink:

Error in spongeforge-1.10.2-API5.0-2092-1758
Worldguard from bukkit not working normal.

link error message : http://pastebin.com/nKF3g4Z7

This probably isn’t going to be very high-priority, due to native sponge ports being available …, but can you file a bug report here? I’ll get to it someday …

The Jenkins appears to be down.

Also, thanks for trying to revive Pore!

Why would one use WorldGuard for Bukkit when there’s Worldguard for Sponge available?!


because worldguard easy to use. Foxguard not easy to use

C’mon… you haven’t read my post properly, have you? :wink:

There you go, Griefprevention for SPONGE, no Pore needed at all…:

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GriefPrevention is very hard to use. I don’t understand flag in permissionEx.

It’s really not that difficult if you read the documentation for both “Pex” and “GriefPrevention”

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Erm, I don’t think it’s been ported over yet

Woops, forgot to pay for my server :blush:

Correct, i thought “greifprevention” and wrote “worldguard”. Sorry for that one :confused:

Can we get a simple walkthrough for setting this up?

Anyone wanna test voitifer with like GAListener?

It should be at the github page, I’ll edit the post to make that more clear.

I’m not sure if i’m supposed to be offended or flattered that FoxGuard has a steep learning curve.

Oh well. I’ll make it easier to use one day.