What is BukGet?

BukGet is an API for getting data about bukkit plugins. Developed to help plugin developers and system administrators alike to make plugin installation, upgrades, and searching with applications (even the server itself) easy and painless. Originally BukGet was an independent repository system that used a similar mechanism to python’s cheeseshop to allow developers to maintain the content in BukGet’s repository on their own, however it was largly unsuccessful. When BukkitDev was released, the API was recoded to fit into the gap that Curse had created by not releasing a publicly exposed API into the data. Currently BukGet is a constantly evolving codebase thats trying to dig deeper and pull ever more information out of BukkitDev and the plugins themselves in order to provide a feature-rich API for everyone to use.

How do I file a feature request?

The best way to get that on our radar is to file an issue ticket with what you would like. From there it can be evaluated and determined if and when it could be added into the API. You can file a ticket at our issue tracker.

How do you consume the api?

The API documentation and the API itself is fairly straightforward. All responses are returned in JSON format so as long as you can send a HTTP GET/POST and parse JSON coming back, you should be good.

You can also use one of the libraries that has been written for BukGet:

PyBukget (Python)

Who is Bukget?

Steven McGrath



David Marby


Nijiko Yonskai