Inactive [TP] PlgWarp v3.0 - warps.txt & multiworld [1.4]

Discussion in 'Inactive/Unsupported Plugins' started by Plague, Feb 10, 2011.

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    PlgWarp - Warps using warps.txt with multiworld support:
    Version: 3.0

    Since I want to use a plain warps.txt format and the plugin I used is not updated for multiworld, I made my own. Warps.txt moved to the plugin's folder, not in root anymore, just copy the old one into plugins/PlgWarp/. The old warps that do not support multiworld, will teleport the first world on the server (should be the main one). New warps are ok.

    As in all my plugins, you can now edit the name of commands in plugin.yml.

    Simplewarp users: Jarchuleta did not include pitch in his new warps, you have to add :0 (that's colon zero) at the end of his warps (just add it to the end of a line where there are only four numbers).

    • /warp, /setwarp, /removewarp, /listwarps (/warplist)
    • /world teleports you to the spawn point of given world (see /listworlds or /worldlist)
    • uses hMod warps.txt format
    • multiworld supported
    • Op version with /setwarp, /removewarp and /warp <place> <player> only for ops
    Download(source code in the .jar)
    Op-set/remove version
    Op-only version
    Old /warp version (no warping of others)



    Version 3.0
    • New commands /world and /listworlds
    Version 2.2
    • only OPs can warp other players around in OP-set/remove version
    More (open)

    Version 2.1
    • added an optional argument to /warp to set the player to teleport
    Version 2.0
    • uses onCommand - CB 454+ compatible
    • you can rename all commands in plugin.yml/aliases:
    Version 1.3
    • When warp not found, it tells you
    • "Long constructor" warning fix
    • Minecraft 1.3 compatible (no change needed for that)
    Version 1.2
    • added /warplist as an alias to /listwarps per request
    Version 1.1
    • Backward compatibility adjustment, should port to the main world when no world specified in warps.txt
    Version 1.0
    • Initial release
  2. ^ And I appreciate that very much.
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    how do I add a new world? I tried just copying an extra one in, but it didnt show up on the worldlist
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    Does the plug-in allow you to cross-over warps? Also which is the version that removes the /warp <place> <player> or makes it op only?
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    hi. i downloaded your plugin and it's AWESOME. can you make sign warps for it? if so how?
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    Okay Plague, I am a big fan of your plug-ins. I have a lot of them. I was wondering if you could alter PlgWarp so Default players cannot make warps. :D
    Another thing that I think would be cool would be having passwords on warps.
    For example:
    (Player) /warp spawn
    (Server) Type password
    (Player) 12345
    Then the player would be a the warp "spawn" if that was the password.
    All up to you in the end, but I wanted to suggest it.

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    is it possible to add worlds to the worldlist? if so, how?
  8. Check the top post. Get the OP version.

    As far as passwords. The warp name itself is already a password if you command disable /warplist commands.
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    Hey plague I was wondering if you could help me out with something. My bro wants a plugin made. I told him I would ask around on the bukkit it forums. So basically what he wants is flaming arrows. What the make up of it is having the now and arrows in your inventory as usual. But ere comes the fire part, you would have a flint an steel in your inventory and that would sort of be the source of fire. What would happen is when you shoot your bow it will take duration from the flint and steel. The arrows would only hurt mobs and other players. I would hope to see this one day and it would make my brother happy.
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    How do i set the permissions? seems that nobody can use warps except OP. I want everyone to be able to use them, but only admin to be able to set and delete them.
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    You are one of my favorite modders. You make your plugins simple, and effortless to use. You almost never even need permissions edited! I just want to thank you for everything you've done here, and to keep it up! :D
    Brock Blocking Samson likes this.

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