I would've done the same myself, were I still interested in Minecraft.
It doesn't look like there is a disagreement.
For anyone interested, there is now a Facebook page and a Twitter account : https://www.facebook.com/ScriptCraftJS and https://twitter.com/ScriptCraftJS You'll note from the Learn More link at Facebook that this plugin is being positioned as a learning tool for all ages, as well as for common plugin development. So there are at least two things going on now - the plugin needs to be supported, and we're going to try to build community around it. With community we might get more devs contributing. That will help the core, which is good for anyone who uses it, but that could also help to make progress on some of the things we've been discussing here, whether they go into core or a fork.
I'm new to nashorn
and I'm trying to port ScriptCraft to Sponge server
however I have a weird issue about nashorn
For Sponge, sending a message requires an argument with type Text
If I put ['sendMessage(org.spongepowered.api.text.TextTemplate)'](org.spongepowered.api.text.TextTemplate.of()); it gives Cannot cast org.spongepowered.api.text.TextTemplate to org.spongepowered.api.text.TextTemplate
Is this project deprecated?
I've never used sponge so idk
I gotta production server on the latest version of spigot using ScriptCraft
Totally works fine
Well, that's why I'm trying to port to sponge :D
I think I shall try reflect, that may works
The project certainly isn't deprecated. This one channel isn't actively watched by many people. For this project, at the moment, IM isn't the main comms method, we're using asynchronous media like the Google Group, Facebook, Twitter, and now a YouTube channel. (Please Like+Subscribe). At some point more people will be here. For now I suggest the question on casting isn't specific to this project, it's a question that is answered in Rhino/Nashorn docs/forums. HTH
And a new website is being built with a LOT of features, for educators, parents, people learning JS, plugin developers, and ScriptCraftJS core contributors. This project is definitely moving forward. Stick with it.
@TonyGravagno Also I'd really look forward to a more serious aspect of ScriptCraft. I'm plenty familiar was JS and Java, but I feel like JS really makes coding go faster. Anyway, I'm trying to work on a server written purely in SC and it's been going well... just wish more people were able to use it seriously in addition to being an education tool!