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OpenOSRS - Java 8 Build [LG Compatibile]

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I've forked the OpenOSRS client to make it compatible with Java 8. They did a full update to Java 11 meaning just rebuilding with Java 8 doesn't work anymore. This new repo does not rely on their main Github directly, at all. I do pull their updates, but all the dependencies are fetched from my bitbucket (as all the dependencies have to be built with Java 8 as well). This build will hook with TRiBot and should make LG easier 🙂

https://bitbucket.org/openosrsjava8/launcher/downloads/

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Update: This build is no longer just the OpenOSRS client. I realized today, that I could build their launcher with JDK 8 (with some extremely minor modifications to remove JDK 9+ code) and remove the disable attach mechanism. This should hopefully increase the stability and reduce the amount of updates required, which is neat. The link hasn't changed and can still be found on my open-osrs repo.

Later on I'll add in a patch file containing the changes I'm applying to their codebase so anyone else can replicate my changes if they wish.

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3 hours ago, johnnash123 said:

It stopped working today.

 

Also, I dont like OpenOSRS, too many sketchy plug-ins.

 

I wish LG was more compatible with Runelite.

 

Try running this, should fix the issue: https://github.com/Naton1/Hooks-And-Cache-Deleter/releases/download/v1.0/DeleteHooksAndCache.jar

As for other clients, you can also use OSBuddy (the .jar) or load RS in a browser like WaterFox

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On 11/2/2019 at 7:57 PM, Fluffee said:

I've forked the OpenOSRS client to make it compatible with Java 8. They did a full update to Java 11 meaning just rebuilding with Java 8 doesn't work anymore. This new repo does not rely on their main Github directly, at all. I do pull their updates, but all the dependencies are fetched from my bitbucket (as all the dependencies have to be built with Java 8 as well). This build will hook with TRiBot and should make LG easier 🙂

https://bitbucket.org/openosrsjava8/launcher/downloads/

You are a HERO.

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6 hours ago, Nodderz said:

Thanks for the work around, Can confirm, none of the plugins are downloading/ installing on the Shaded OpenOSRS client

I probably need to fork those as well, any idea where I can find them? I haven't been following their recent plugin changes

Edit: Plugins are now fixed in the Java 8 build of the client 🙂

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Just a quick update, I removed the option to external repositories to this build of OpenOSRS. Due to the main version of OpenOSRS being built on Java 11, plugins that work with it are also built with Java 11. This means that attempting to install any plugins from repo that supports the main build will not work in this Java 8 version, actually it'll completely break your setup which is lame.

I won't be adding this back any time soon, as it's too much of a headache to support. However, I am open to porting some plugins to Java 8 if there's a few you're missing. Currently I've added:

  1. All plugins from the open-osrs repo
  2. All plugins from xKylee's repo
  3. All plugins from Ganom's repo

These plugins are available in this build of OpenOSRS client, no extra repositories required 🙂

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14 hours ago, Fluffee said:

Just a quick update, I removed the option to external repositories to this build of OpenOSRS. Due to the main version of OpenOSRS being built on Java 11, plugins that work with it are also built with Java 11. This means that attempting to install any plugins from repo that supports the main build will not work in this Java 8 version, actually it'll completely break your setup which is lame.

I won't be adding this back any time soon, as it's too much of a headache to support. However, I am open to porting some plugins to Java 8 if there's a few you're missing. Currently I've added:

  1. All plugins from the open-osrs repo
  2. All plugins from xKylee's repo
  3. All plugins from Ganom's repo

These plugins are available in this build of OpenOSRS client, no extra repositories required 🙂

A saint amongst men, thanks for this!

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