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    OSJR
    Old School Runescape client
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    What's New! 4/12/18

    Added Runescape font
    Added MessageManager (Can handle actions for any kind of in game message)
    Added support for ChatLineMap/Buffer
    Added System Tray support
    Added Bird Nest Notifications
    Added Client Icon
    Code Cleanup

    Fixed small bug in Discord Update Status that would cause the client to exit.



    No release is supported at this time.
    - If you want to use this. Build it and run it using Eclipse. It is not ready for a runnable Jar release.
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    Changelog:

    1.0.0 - API catchup
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    Update 1.0.0
    Re-purpose to Library
    Added/~Finished API for unrefactored RSClasses.
    LOTS of general fixes and improvements

    api ~ 60% caught up to hooks.
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    I would suggest using a build system like Gradle or Maven to avoid checking in the libraries to source control (and thus being forced to include their license in your source control).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scu11 View Post
    I would suggest using a build system like Gradle or Maven to avoid checking in the libraries to source control (and thus being forced to include their license in your source control).
    Honestly I know I should be using maven, but it really doesn't bother me having the LICENSEs
    And a big goal for this was to keep the entry level skill requirement as low as possible. Now that the library conversion is complete, its really really easy for end users to simply update MY library instead haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Null_Life View Post
    Honestly I know I should be using maven, but it really doesn't bother me having the LICENSEs
    And a big goal for this was to keep the entry level skill requirement as low as possible. Now that the library conversion is complete, its really really easy for end users to simply update MY library instead haha
    Why not support both? Downloading a jar Everytime there is an update can be cumbersome.
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    Update: API
    Finished api for all unrefactored RSClasses.
    Still quite a bit left to do but now im roughly 60% caught up on hook impl.

    One new notable API feature some of you might enjoy is getting XTea Keys.
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    How do you find the hooks? Do you use some sort of tool?
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    Why do the hooks look like there from rune-lite??



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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard1992 View Post
    Why do the hooks look like there from rune-lite??
    You have a good eye sir, been waiting for that reply.
    They absolutely are.
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