Help with a crashdump

Discussion in 'Plugin Help' started by MCAMD, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. MCAMD

    MCAMD Creeper

    Messages:
    3
    GitHub:
    elwakilz
    PHP:
    namespace AdminFun\commands;
     
    use 
    pocketmine\plugin\PluginBase;
    use 
    pocketmine\command\CommandExecutor;
    use 
    AdminFun\AdminFun;

    abstract class 
    BaseCommand extends PluginBase implements CommandExecutor{

        public 
    $plugin;

        public function 
    __construct(AdminFun $plugin){
            
    $this->plugin $plugin;
        }

        public final function 
    getPlugin(){
            return 
    $this->plugin;
        }
    Help me with this code
    That caused server crash
     
  2. SalmonDE

    SalmonDE Zombie Pigman

    Messages:
    731
    GitHub:
    SalmonDE
    Replace PluginBase with PluginCommand but make sure to call the parent constructor, too.

    (On a side note, this also makes
    PHP:
    $this->plugin $plugin;
    redundant, since you could just use
    PHP:
    $this->getPlugin()
    to access your plugin object)
     
  3. MCAMD

    MCAMD Creeper

    Messages:
    3
    GitHub:
    elwakilz
    How to call a parent constructor please xplain i am still beginner
     
  4. SalmonDE

    SalmonDE Zombie Pigman

    Messages:
    731
    GitHub:
    SalmonDE
    Your class should look more or less like this:
    PHP:
    namespace AdminFun\commands;
     
    use 
    pocketmine\command\CommandExecutor;
    use 
    pocketmine\command\PluginCommand;

    abstract class 
    BaseCommand extends PluginCommand implements CommandExecutor{

    }
    That might seem too empty, but that's totally fine. Look at this example command extending your base command:

    PHP:
    namespace AdminFun\commands;

    use 
    AdminFun\AdminFun;

    class 
    ExampleCommand extends BaseCommand {

        public function 
    __construct(AdminFun $plugin){
            
    parent::__construct("example"$plugin);
        }

        
    // Inside this class, you can now use $this->getPlugin()
    }
    Here's the origin of ExampleCommand->getPlugin()
     
    Awzaw and Muqsit like this.

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