Unfortunately, Spincast hasn't gained a community, so I won't put as much effort into it as I did in the past. But I still want to keep an updated version for my own projects that use it. This version makes Spincast compatible with Java 17 instead of Java 8, and also contains multiple small fixes and improvements.
Note that the documentation may not have been updated to reflect all the new features. When in doubt, the code is of course the source of Truth.
One of the big changes coming with Java 17 is the requirements for the Spincast Hotswap plugin. The DCEVM library is not available as standard for JDK 17, so the currently suggested method of automatically reloading a Spincast application is to use a JetBrains JDK release, which already contains DCEVM. More information on the plugin page!
directly from an HTML template.
The jsBundle(...) function allows you to concatenate and optimize multiple .js files. The result can then be served as a single bundle that is quick to download for the client. This Pebble function is provided by the Spincast JS Closure Compiler plugin.
A few days ago, we released a plugin to minify your
CSS. We now release
Spincast JS Closure Compiler, a plugin made to
As its name implies, this new plugin makes use of the well-supported Closure Compiler library, from Google.
All official flags and options are supported and easy to specify.
Also, some methods of the Spincast Process Utils plugin
have been refactored to be more generic. If you are currently using the
executeJar(...) method, please
upgrade to one of the new executeAsync(...)
methods! Those are more generic and provide way more control over the executed programs.
Read more about those new methods in the plugin's documentation.
Have a look at the Github commits page.
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