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RPG Maker MV Plugin "Dev Kit"
This page is no longer updated. The official, current versions of all default scripts can be found on the official github account. The details are listed in the OSS changelog here.
Hello! As I'm sure many of your plugin creators know, the default script files are really annoying to look through, and it really hurts people trying to learn who get really intimidated! As a result, I've split the files by class, and added some extra documentation to the top of each file. This should help everyone with making plugins, because now you can more easily see the source for specifically what you want, much like RM VX Ace was.
Now, this is by no means a complete documentation. That will take a lot longer to do. However, this will help you a lot, especially if you have an editor like Sublime Text or Atom where you can include a folder structure in your project and have the files at the ready in your editor. It just makes life all the easier.
Update [October 29th, 2015, 10:44PM EST]: Files have been updated to MV 1.0.1! Please update your files using the link below to get access to the shared files! Please let me know if you encounter any issues using these files. As opposed to splitting them by hand this time around, I have built a script that can split them for me, as MV is likely to get a couple of updates. If there's an issue with it splitting them, please let me know so I can remedy this immediately.
Update [March 4th, 2016, 12:18PM EST]: The files for version 1.1.0 have been uploaded! Please update your files as necessary from the download link below so that you can develop with the latest version of RPG Maker MV. Please keep in mind that, like the last update, this was split automatically rather than by hand. I believe all the issues with the splitting script have been resolved, but please be sure to let me know if there is a problem with the files so that I can get them fixed for the downloads.
Update [April 25th, 2016, 11:38AM EST]: I finally got around to uploading the 1.2.0 files, please update your files at your earliest convenience.
Update [August 10th, 2016, 5:42PM EST]: The files for 1.3.0 have been uploaded to the google drive folder. Please note that this does not include the pixi-tilemap and pixi-picture libraries that are included with RPG Maker MV. You will need to copy these files into your libs folder yourself, or maps will fail to load due to the new PIXI WebGL tilemap script not being loaded. This new tilemap greatly increases the performance of WebGL rendered games by making extensive use of the user's graphics card, so it's important that you use it!
Update [August 10th, 6:47PM EST]: I've updated the files due to new CacheEntry and CacheMap classes that were not properly detected by the class split script I'm using to separate the files for this. If you downloaded the files in the last hour, please redownload them for a working set.
Update [August 11th, 10:03PM EST]: I added the decrypter class, as it was also missing from the previous two builds. If any other classes are missing from the files, please let me know so I may update them as soon as possible.
Update [Auguest 12th, 2016, 4:58PM EST]: The files have been updated to 1.3.1.
Update [November 12th, 2016, 11:41AM EST]: The files have been updated to 1.3.3 (was there even a 1.3.2?)
Update [November 24th, 2016, 10:19AM EST]: The files have been updated to 1.3.4. You may notice that they are formatted slightly differently this time around, which is due to my developing of a new tool to split the files. The old tool required a little bit of manual work to split the files properly, while the new tool is a fully automated process that runs more quickly. The new tool is still being worked on, but it will be released as an open-source program upon completion, I just want to find a better way to manage the code than it currently is.
Update [July 6th, 2017, 2:39PM EST]: The files have been updated to 1.5.0. The gap in updates is due to me assuming that the OSS files linked above are used in the official engine. Some people have expressed doubt that this is the case, so I've gone and ran my tool on the latest set, and now that I have a bit more free time, I'm going to see if I can finish working on the tool for release.
Without further ado, your download awaits. you may download them as a zip file, or download each file separately!
To use the split files in a project, simply extract the index.html and JS folder onto the project, and it will do the work for you. I recommend you keep the large compiled scripts in case you need to quickly and easily find where something is used by default, as you only have to open 6 files instead of 146 files.