How To Make An Enchanting Plugin?

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by razorkings, Apr 13, 2014.

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    Hi, I Would Like To Know How To Make An Enchanting Plugin Since I Don't Really Know How To Make One... I Know How To Add Enchantments and Unsafe Enchantments For Plugins Like KitPvP For Example But I Would Like To Know How To Make One So I Can Just Do /Enchant <Item> <Level> Or /Enchant <Level> So If You Can Help Me I Will Be Grateful See Ya :)

    Also Please Don't Say "Just Use Essentials" But I Wont Since I Really Want To Make It Into A Custom Plugin.

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
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  2. razorkings Wow, capitalising every word makes it really annoying to read.
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    Sorry about that force of habit
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    We're not going to feed you the code. Although, here are a few pointers:

    public boolean isInteger(String aString) {
        try {
            return true;
        } catch (Exception ex) {
            return false;
    Get the args[0], if it is an integer, use Integer.parseInt(args[0]) and then get the Enchantment by the ID. If the enchantment is not null, continue, if not, use Enchantment.getByName(args[0]) and if it is not null, continue, if not, message the player saying it's an invalid enchantment.
    Then to get the level, check if args[1] is an integer, if it is, use Integer.parseInt() to set the level.
  5. razorkings
    To be a little bit helpful, you could make it detecting the item you're holding so you'd only need to do
    /enchant <enchantment> <level>
    You could detect the item in hand by using player.getItemInHand();
    But about how to do the enchantments, I'm not sure, if I find out anything I'll tell you.
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