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  • [Open Source] Automatic Script Restarter [Save Dev Time]


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    Hello I was bored so i created an automatic script restarter, that will automatically reload your jar file as it changes and restart the script on dreambot, without having to stop and refresh scripts, and re-run it. It may not seem like much time saved, but trust me, when you are restarting 1000s of times, that time adds up.
    Also b4 one of u nubs comments about "OH JUST USE THE DEBUGGER ROFL LMAO COPTER IM SO PRO", debugger does not support live reloading on deletions and additions of methods.
    anyway here is the source code
    download it, compile it to a jar, run it as a dreambot script.
    it will popup an interface that allows you to run a script, so you click on run script on the popped up interface and go find your ACTUAL script jar file that you are creating.
    when you compile or rebuild your jar file in the IDE, it will auto reload the script on dreambot.



    EDIT: attached src below as a zip file, github wouldnt send me an email to verify my acc.


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