Group Manager | Groups.YML not working :(

Discussion in 'Bukkit Help' started by Jackcheetham, Mar 15, 2013.

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    Jackcheetham

    I dont know whats wrong, please help ASAP
    Here is my groups.yml (I know its long, sorry lol): http://pastebin.com/sfFxfi5f

    I will be very great full for who ever can find the error
     
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    Jeyge

    You have a tab at the end of line 481 which needs to be removed. YAML files won't work with tabs in them.
     
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    Wings0Redemtion

    I would suggest switching to PermissionsEx, which is a way better and easier plugin to handle.
     
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    Iroh Retired Staff

    Hey man if you want to just modify a working config here you go. I would also reccommened switching to PeX. Here is a pex perms file for you. Also run your code through a YML parser before posting that will spot most syntax errors. Also you are not really making effective use of group manager. You have each permission listed for every group it would be much simpler to use inheritance and establish ladder of who gets more perms than who.
     
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    Necrodoom

    you 2 really have no idea about the differences between the permission plugins, right?
    why you shouldnt recommend PEX:
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BIgAU7senSG1hY0BjQAQFAnbuOqFhpln7ffN6pkOp4s/edit?pli=1
     
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    Necrodoom

    and if they get something wrong, PEX goes and crashes most plugins or the server it self, instead of properly disables self.

    i dont see how is that a good start for newbies, also considering the multiworld YML structure is more complex than mirroring.
     
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    Iroh Retired Staff

    I switched to pex because I had a plugin that didn't support group manager. Also I have had no issues with pex that were not my fault.
     
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    Necrodoom

    name the plugin.
    also, you just proved my statement why you shouldnt recommend it to newbies.
     
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