[INACTIVE][ADMN] DefaultPermissions v0.3.4 - OBSOLETE AS OF CB1060 [1000]

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    Celtic Minstrel

    DefaultPermissions - Make default commands compatible with Permissions
    Version: v0.3.4

    NOTE: As of recommended build 1060, this functionality is present within CraftBukkit (ie without this plugin) provided you are not using GroupManager or Permissions. See here for details.

    Have you ever wanted to give a trusted user or group access to vanilla Minecraft commands, such as /kick or /whitelist? Have you ever wanted to restrict access to the CraftBukkit commands, such as /plugins? This plugin lets you do that with permissions.

    Use: Just add the relevant permissions to whichever user or group you want to give them to in your permissions config, and voila! That user will be able to use them.

    NOTE: Most Minecraft commands are restricted to ops for a very good reason, since they can allow a user to effectively seize control of the server until someone with console access shows up. Do not give these permissions lightly. If you give your Default group access to ban and kick, and some griefer shows up and destroys your server, don't come complaining here.

    • minecraft.<command> - Gives permissions for a single Minecraft command. Supported commands are: help, kick, ban, pardon, ban-ip, pardon-ip, op, deop, tp, give, tell, stop, save-all, save-off, save-on, list, say, time, whitelist, me. Note that some commands may be overridden by other plugins; if this is the case, the relevant permission will have no effect.
    • minecraft.time.set, minecraft.time.add - Finer-tuned control to the vanilla /time command; controls access to /time set and /time add respectively.
    • minecraft.whitelist.<command> - Finer-tuned control to the /whitelist command. Supported commands are: on, off, add, remove, list, reload
    • bukkit.version, bukkit.plugins, bukkit.reload - Controls access to the respective Bukkit commands.

    Download (alt link; may not be up-to-date)


    Version 0.3.4
    • Fixed a bug with superperms compatibility.

    Version 0.3.3
    • Supports aliases for CraftBukkit commands.
    • Supports Bukkit superperms.

    Version 0.3.2
    • Fixed the issue with DefPerms$PlayerOverride being shown in place of a player's name when using /tell.

    Version 0.3.1
    • Commands are now intercepted regardless of case.

    Version 0.3
    • A config file is now used to decide whether to even attempt intercepting the commands. Commands not listed in the config file will never be intercepted by the plugin. Note that it still only works for built-in commands.

    Version 0.2
    • Command feedback now appears to the user instead of in the console.
    • Replaced craftbukkit.* with bukkit.*
    • Don't check for subcommands if permission for the main command was found.
    • If the player is an op, allow the command to complete normally.

    Version 0.1
    • Initial release
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    Celtic Minstrel

    Oh, then that would be bukkit.command.give. And where you put it depends on your permissions system. This plugin is not a permissions system. (In fact, this plugin is obsolete.)
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    will you be adding 1.8 support for this with the gamemode command? Also does this work with permissions 3.0? thanks, and keep up the good work!
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    Celtic Minstrel

    I won't be updating this for 1.8, sorry. The mechanism is in Bukkit now; I'm guessing the permission you want will be 'bukkit.command.gamemode'.

    Of course, that won't work with Permissions 3.0, but you'll need to migrate away from it eventually anyway.
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    How can i get this to work? permissions doesnt even say errors to non-ops. is there a node for showing up error? like command not available? or command not found type /help for help. all thoose things don't show up. could someone give me a node for getting erors send???
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    Celtic Minstrel

    This is obsolete. Use the bukkit.command permissions instead.
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    no download link??

    oh :D sry found it
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    Celtic Minstrel

    Don't use this. It's obsolete.
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    Tim Visee

    How? I want to know that because I really need it in my server..
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    Celtic Minstrel

    See the bold italic bit at the top of the first post? There's a link there. Click it.
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    Doesn't this work with PermissionsEx or what? I don't understand the first text up there?!
  12. Really? I thought it was pretty clear...;)

    This plugin is no longer being developed. What it did is now part of bukkit. There are no promises that it will work with anything newer than bukkit build 1000 and plugins designed to work with bukkit 1000.

    Considering that the current recommended build of bukkit is 1597, you can see that this is an old plugin.

    Does that help?
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    Yes it did! Thankyou
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    Um, is this plugin purely just the regular server commands or does it come with a bunch of unwanted junk?

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