Jack of all Errors
- Dec 17, 2012
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The current version is: 1.5.0Hello! Congratulations on getting RPG Maker MV! During the last month with the demo available, me and my team have been working on getting a core plugin that is intended to be used by the community ready for release. Now that RMMV has been released, it's time to release the core plugin so that developers can begin to use it.
What's the point of it?
The point of having a community core script is compatibility. In Ace (and below!), there were many issues where core scripts from different people clashed, and caused incompatibilities. One of the most notable of these was Victor's. In an attempt to solve this issue and not have the same thing happen with MV, we have prepared this core script that has functionality we believe will be common to all plugins.
Who runs this? Can I request something?
The plugin is intended to be maintained by the community. The plugin has been released to the public domain. This means it's free for commercial and non-commercial use, and no attribution (credit) is required. We want the plugin to be used in as many places as possible, so we didn't restrict it in any way.
Anyone may request a feature be added, however, please keep in mind that this is geared towards plugin creators and does not directly add or modify any features of the game itself. To request something be added, changed, or removed, please report an issue on GitHub (this requires a GitHub account). We will discuss the changes there before making any decision. If we feel it is important enough, we will also move the discussion and final decision to a more public location, possibly these forums.
Where is it?
The plugin is publicly hosted on GitHub. Please feel free to download the MVCommons.js file, and include it with your project!
Please press the "Raw" Button before saving the file! You may either right click the button and select "Save Link As...", or left click and press Ctrl + S or CMD + S to save the file that way. Saving directly from the link will cause issues with errors such as "Unexpected token <", causing the plugin to fail to load!
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