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Comments in 'General Discussion' started by must_, May 2, 2014.
Could I find something else, like konverting into (pmf) files? Or phar
PMF files can be converted back. Same with PHAR files.
Yes but no one knows it in my country)))
Attempt to add a important, unique piece of code which can't be modified without corrupting the plugin. Make sure no other developer uses it, and make it unique and special, which tells everybody that you created it.
I often copy and paste small clips from other people's plugins to save time. And it helps me learn the different functions, I honestly hope that others will do the same with any plugins I may want to release.
I think he wants his code to be close-source. People would use the core ideas of his code, as he thinks, for other plugins.
However, you don't have to worry about this. Everybody, if he knows coding, has his own style of code. For example, my style of code is to separate things in as many classes and functions as possible xD bad practice in some cases. Another style of my code is the variable naming. I also love to use dir() instead of scandir(). Also lowercase namespace. These are hard to explain that the above is only minor points, but everyone understands if they have coding experience and code reading experience.
As for making your code close-source, I don't see the reason why you have to do that. Maybe you're worried that your code is copied, but no offense, I don't think, according to my understanding in what I saw of your code, that looking at your code would do them any good.
In fact, looking at other people's code is a vasic method to learn coding. Just like me, I learnt PHP purely by looking at others' code. It would be good of you to release your code openly, and the moderators are CLEVER enough to recognize code style.
However, answering your question, unless you compile and assemble the code into pure binary read by PHP, it is impossible to hide it. Just like PMF plugins are not safe because it is just binary-ed PHP code that, at the end, will be converted back to PHP code for the PHP engine to parse it.
The only secure method of closing source is how MCPE is compiled from C++ into binary. It couldn't be restored, and at most changed into assembly language of the lowest readability.
Wow I didn't know I wrote so much.
just use dev tools old api and convert it to pmf
That only compresses the plugin.
yea that well protect you from noobs stealing your plugin xD
"noobs" Yet you can still decompress it.
well when i was noob i didnt know how
are you sirous pemapmodder
you liked it because you think im noob .right?
No. I liked the wrong post.
Make a liscence if a person wants to modify and publish it they have to give credit http://creativecommons.org/choose/?format=text
You could just encrypt it and load whatever dependences you want, like base64. That would keep away a good few 12 year olds. No offense.