You're the copyright owner, but if I understand what people have told me about the GPL correctly, if you distribute the compiled version, you must...
UnsupportedOperationException is likely being thrown somewhere.
Decompiling the plugins and running this command might find where the problem is...
Wind0ws-only. So no, completely useless for any serious server operator.
Source included. Stealthgive command removed. Needs permission...
How many servers/detections does it take for someone to get a ban? Surely one accusation by one server is not enough to ban a player?
You shouldn't be relying on non-perfect plugins and potentially malicious servers/admins to make multi-server bans.
No. Not SMP compatible.
Even if it is a violation of MC's license, that does not control your use of CraftBukkit, which uses GPL/LGPL.
> Implying they're not being used.
> Bukkit is pretty much a collection of interfaces and enums.
... Who the hell runs desktop environments/GUIs on a server?!
Notch has made no objections that I'm aware of about the way Bukkit has been licensed, and I think he's already spoken to the Bukkit devs about...
Should be noted that Bukkit's license.txt file is GPL.
From the GPL FAQ:
The way Bukkit works, means your plugins MUST be distributed under GPL...
I believe Bukkit is under GPL, which means you must distribute the source of your plugin with it's binaries. Apart from that, should be OK. You...
If the user has a premium account, the skin defined for him on minecraft.net will be shown by most MC clients.
I don't know much about the...
Sounds like a plugin problem.
Um, once compiled, C and C++ are extremely difficult to convert back to C/C++ code, unlike C# and Java.
Sounds like you were expecting more. Try the /plugins command.
Depends what firewall you're using.
That wont help at all, anyone could just run Wireshark and have another program emulate your one - and send what the server considers to be a...
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