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  1. Compile Spigot on MacOSX! Step 1: As a prerequisite, install Java 7 or above if you don't have it already [OS X Download]. Step 2: Compile the latest build of spigot by doing the following: a. Creating a start.command script in a folder with buildtools. Code (Example): #!/bin/sh cd "$( dirname "$0" )" java -Xms512M -Xmx1G -XX:MaxPermSize=128M -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -jar spigot.jar b. Putting in BuildTools.jar c. save the script into the folder that has buildtools. d. giving yourself permission using chmod a+x in terminal, and dragging the command script into the terminal window. e. double click on the script, and wait for 5-10 minutes for the files to download. Step 1: Create a new startup script (start.command) to launch the JAR: Code (Example): #!/bin/sh cd "$( dirname "$0" )" java -Xms512M -Xmx1G -XX:MaxPermSize=128M -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -jar spigot.jar Note: MaxPermSize is no longer needed or supported in Java 8 Step 2: Open Terminal and type into it: (Don't hit enter!) Code (Text): chmod a+x Step 3: Drag your startup script file into the Terminal window. (Be sure to put a space between chmod a+x and your startup script!) Step 4: Double click your startup script. Enjoy!
  2. Compile Spigot on Linux! Step 1: As a prerequisite, install Java 7 or above if you don't have it already [Ubuntu, CentOS]. Step 2: Compile the latest build by following the BuildTools wiki page. Step 3: Place the file in a new directory dedicated to Spigot. Step 4: After running BuildTools you will find the Spigot/CraftBukkit server jar files in the same directory. Step 5: Create a new startup script (start.sh) in the directory to launch the the JAR: Code (Example): #!/bin/sh java -Xms512M -Xmx1G -XX:MaxPermSize=128M -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC -jar spigot.jar Step 6: Note: MaxPermSize is no longer needed or supported in Java 8, and for Debian this start.sh script code will not work. Step 7: Open your terminal and execute the following in the directory: Code (Make executable): chmod +x start.sh Step 8: Run your start up script: Code (Run command): ./start.sh Enjoy!
  3. You'll need: Git bash Java ( https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp - Choose 64-bit if you have 64-bit) Lastest BuildTools.jar ( https://hub.spigotmc.org/jenkins/job/BuildTools/ ) 1: Place BuildTools.jar in a folder for itself. 2: Open Git Bash 3: Navigate to the buildtools folder (DO NOT RUN BUILDTOOLS YET) cd c:/buildtools/ 4: Run build tools This this into Git Bash java -jar BuildTools.jar 5: Wait as it builds your jars. In a few minutes you should have freshly compiled jars! 6: You can find CraftBukkit and Spigot in the same directory you ran the BuildTools.jar in. You can find Spigot-API in \Spigot\Spigot-API\target\. 7: ??PROFIT?? 8: Enjoy your new server!

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