Comments on Profile Post by Fido488

  1. Fido488
    Fido488
    Then when either the game is over and the map re-sets the inventory of the players also get's wiped.
    BUT: I only want it to happen to the players that were on the map and I don't want it to wipe their inventory if they simply logged out due to connection issues or some other reason other than deliberately leaving or having the game end.
    Thank you,
    -Fido488
    PS. if you are unfamiliar with Vech's google search him
    Dec 14, 2011
  2. Pluckerpluck
    Pluckerpluck
    Erm... depends how quickly you need it. Also ask "World Inventories" rather than WorldRestore. Both that plugin and mine (which control inventories) would probably overwrite it.
    Dec 16, 2011
  3. Pluckerpluck
    Pluckerpluck
    Of course, it's a simple matter (at least with MultiInv) of deleting the correct save files. And assuming there's nobody currently in the world then all the inventories will be reset to 0.
    Dec 16, 2011
  4. Pluckerpluck
    Pluckerpluck
    But above all that, I'm away for a week until the day before Christmas. I then want to re-write MultiInv ALMOST from scratch because over time it has got a bit messy. The new version would hope to have SQL support and user commands (maybe even an optional Spout GUI). It would also have a nice simple API for other plugins to easily attach onto my plugin.
    Dec 16, 2011
  5. Pluckerpluck
    Pluckerpluck
    But it's all on hold until I get back from holiday (unless the rest of this holiday is EXTREMELY boring).

    (I hate word limits)
    Dec 16, 2011
  6. Fido488
    Fido488
    (Same on the word limits)
    Please, Please, Please make MySQL not required!
    I am planing on getting a MySQL server hooked in but for most people it can be a hassle.
    Thanks and Happy Holidays!
    Dec 16, 2011
  7. Pluckerpluck
    Pluckerpluck
    MySQL would never be a requirement for this as smaller servers just don't need it. SQLite may be used as it takes no additional input from the user and a typical user can treat it as flat file but I'll probably always keep the flat file system alive.
    Dec 23, 2011