All You Need
All You Need is a new plugin in development that is created by me, a beginning programmer, and this is my very first project. The goal is to create a plugin that provides a very basic list of commands that is similar to the Essentials plugin but far simpler in scope, so as to prevent interference with other plugins.
An extra idea that may or may not be added into the release is an option to “disable” certain commands.
|v0.1a||/ct||Opens a crafting table wherever you are|
|v0.1.1a||/ender||Opens your ender chest wherever you are|
|v0.2b||/tp <player>||Teleport to another player|
|v0.1a||/definespawn||Set the location to be teleported to when /spawn is typed|
|v0.1a||/spawn||Teleport a player to a location defined by an administrator|
|v0.5||/home||Go to a location that you defined|
|v0.5||/definehome||Set the location for the player using the command to be teleported to when /home is set|
|v0.5||/heal||Heal yourself or another player|
|v0.6||/kickall [reason]||Kick all the players|
|v0.6||/rules||Display the server rules|
|v0.7||/tphere <player>||Teleport another player to you|
|v1.0||/tppos <X> <Y> <Z>||Teleport to a specified position|
|v1.0||/mypos||Check your position|
|v1.0||/tell <Player> <Message>||Whisper a message to someone|
|v1.0||/fly [Player]||Change your fly mode|
|v1.0||/hat||Have a brand new hat|
|v1.0||/repair||Repair the item you hold|
|v0.6||BanBlocks||Block players from placing blocks you selected in config.yml|
We are the 2013 Duke TiP students at the University of Georgia taking the Team Programming for Video Games class during the first term of the program. Most of the students in the class began programming for the first time at the beginning of the term in June, and the program lasted three weeks. This specific Bukkit project is a group effort of some of the people from this class.
This project was to help us learn how to code for Java after learning C# and apply the knowledge we learned to our favorite game? Minecraft! So, here is the result of our first Bukkit project.
After long-distance took its toll on our development process, I was left to handle the plugin alone, and I, jflory7, haven’t had much time to work on the project as nearly as much as I’d like to. A past contributor, Beben107700, offered to take over the plugin full-time, and he is now the sole maintainer of the code and future releases.
Source code can be found published under the MIT License
Credits: jflory7, Beben107700