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Version: PM4

Main


In plugin.yml we added a path main. Now depending on the path we added for this tutorial, we will first create a folder called YourPluginName, in this folder we will create another folder called YourName and in this folder we will create a file called Main with the extension .php and it will look like this Main.php.

Now lets start adding some code to Main.php.

Namespace

Here you would add the sub-folders of the src dictionary. Based off main path in plugin.yml.

Main.php
<?php

namespace YourPluginName\YourName;

Use Statement

In a new line you will now add a use statement.

Main.php
use pocketmine\plugin\PluginBase;

This statement is used to enable our plugin.

Class

We will now add the class. In the class we will be able to enable your plugin. But to enable your plugin you need to extend your class.

Main.php
class Main extends PluginBase { }

Function

In the class we will add a function to enable your plugin and to do so we will be using the onEnable() function like so:

Main.php
class Main extends PluginBase { 

protected function onEnable() : void{
$this->getLogger()->info("Plugin has been Enabled");
}

}

At the end your Main.php file should look like this:

Main.php
<?php

namespace YourPluginName\YourName;

use pocketmine\plugin\PluginBase;

class Main extends PluginBase {

protected function onEnable() : void{
$this->getLogger()->info("Plugin has been Enabled");
}

}

Now when you start your server your console should have a message saying Plugin has been Enabled.