[INACTIVE][MECH] Cookbook v1.4.6 - The original custom recipes plugin. [953]

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    fullwall

    [​IMG]
    Craft your own recipes!

    Download latest version: v1.4.6, JAR Only

    An easy recipe creator (with GUI!), made by DerEchteNexus, is available here.
    An HTML recipe parser made by Celticminstrel is available here.

    Cookbook is the premier specialised plugin for custom crafting and smelting recipes. Craft gold bars from stone, diamonds from grass and much, much more! Cookbook allows the creation of recipes in an easy-to-understand recipes file - simply create the recipe, reload the plugin and you're done! Cookbook affects the crafting and smelting tables directly - no more workarounds or other weird methods. It can override the default recipes too - just copy the recipe and specify a custom result.

    Cookbook allows the customisation of the crafting recipes used in a workbench and smelting. Let's take for example the recipe for torches - a stick with oil on top. With Cookbook, I could make it so a stack of 35 torches were made if I put obisidan on top of said stick in the crafting area. I could make a 9x9 recipe of dirt blocks create diamond. If I wanted to smelt coal from saplings, I'd just specify that in the recipes file. In short, Cookbook allows the creation of workbench crafting and smelting recipes, completely user-configured, to give a specified resulting stack.

    Features:
    • Custom crafting recipes as specified in cookbook.recipes.
    • Custom smelting recipes as specified in cookbook.furnacerecipes.
    • Custom ids, results, data values and result amounts.
    • Displays result now.
    • Shapeless recipes, repair recipes.
    Using data ranges for repair recipes:
    In 1.4, the repair recipe feature was added. To use this, all you have to do is put 'X' as the damage value, and any data value for that item will be accepted as valid.
    Commands:
    Code:
    /cookbook reload - reloads recipes
    /cookbook recipes - displays a list of recipes.
    /cookbook recipe [number] (shapeless)- displays a specific recipe (or shapeless recipe).
    /cookbook frecipes - displays a list of furnace recipes.
    /cookbook frecipe [number] - displays a specific furnace recipe.
    These commands can be used in the console (remove the '/')
    Permissions:
    Code:
    cookbook.reload - gives access to /cookbook reload.
    cookbook.display.recipe - gives access to /cookbook recipe.
    cookbook.display.allrecipes - gives access to /cookbook recipes.
    cookbook.display.furnacerecipe - gives access to /cookbook frecipe.
    cookbook.display.allfurnacerecipes - gives access to /cookbook frecipes.
    Older versions (open)
    Changelog (open)

    • v1.4.6 - recipe glitch fix. Updated for 1.5.
    • v1.41 - unlimited ranged data values.
    • v1.4 - client mod no longer required.
    • v1.39 - fixed /cookbook recipe command.
    • v1.38 - bugfixes.
    • v1.35 - added API, cleaned up code (check RecipeManager out)
    • v1.3 - added support for client mod.
    • v1.2 - added furnace recipes.
    • v1.1 - added shapeless recipes, major bugfixes, added item data values, delay setting.
    • v1.05 - added commands, data value on results, bugfix.
    • v1.0 - initial release.
    Credits (open)
    This plugin would not have been possible without the huge help that Edward Hand was. Thank you for trawling through minecraft code, testing my glitchy code and being a sounding board for my wacky coding ideas. You were a huge help. Thanks to @SpaceManiac and @Celtic Minstrel for making me go back through the packet code to allow the results slot to be shown without a client mod.
    Configuration (open)
    Crafting recipes (open)
    To configure cookbook, open the cookbook.recipes file. Inside the file are a few custom recipes already configured, and you can change/add/delete them if you like. The way new ones are created is like so.
    A workbench is a 3x3 slot area, filled with air. To represent this in a file, we use a 3x3 grid of numbers, separated by commas. Each number represents the item id that would go into that slot on a crafting bench to produce your recipe. 0 is air (nothing). So, we get this:

    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    4th line.

    The data values for each line are separated by the ';' - the first number on the right corresponds to the data value of the first item on the left. Note that 'X' is a valid data value, allowing any data value to be used in that square.

    The fourth line is the result (what you get when you have this configuration). It is formatted like so: the item id is on the left, the stack amount is in the middle, and the data value is on the far right. For example - to configure a stack of 64 sticks, I would put 280:64:0 on the fourth line. These four lines constitute a recipe.

    Let's do an example. I want to use a stick in the middle of the bench to get a stack of 24 apples.

    0,0,0,;0,0,0, - no sticks on this line
    0,280,0,;0,0,0, - a stick must be in the middle of this line
    0,0,0,;0,0,0, - no sticks on this line.
    260:24:0 - the result is a 24-stack of apples.

    See the included recipes file for information on Shapeless recipes. Use the @Shapeless identifier before a recipe to make it shapeless - for example
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,4,0,;0,0,0,
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    1:1:0
    Will make this recipe shapeless - stone can be placed anywhere to get the desired result.
    Furnace Recipes (open)
    Furnace recipes are a lot simpler thankfully :).
    Furnace recipes have two lines: the first line is for the ingredient, the second is for the result.
    The first line is simply the id of the ingredient used in smelting. The second line is separated into 3 sections by ':'s.

    The first section defines the id, the second the data value and the third the custom cooktime.
    Let's do an example - cobblestone to sand.

    4, -the ingredient is cobblestone.
    12:0:0 - results in sand, no data value, no change to cooktime.

    Pretty simple right? The cooktime value is used for extra customisation of the time it takes for one block to be smelted (the progress arrow's speed). Normally, this is incremented from 0 - 200, by 1 each time. In cookbook, you can add extra values onto this. Note the caveat: these will only change cooktime while the window is open.

    4,
    12:0:50 - the value of 50 results in SUPER FAST cooking.

    And that's it for furnace recipes. Negative values are possible, but will be capped at
    -0.999999... otherwise the recipe will never complete.
    User-Submitted recipes (open)
    Sphax's recipes (open)
    Sphax put them all in a handy pdf - http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16580692/cookbook_recipes_new.pdf.
    Mineaccount's recipes (open)
    Chanmail Helmet:

    4,4,4,;0,0,0,
    4,0,4,;0,0,0,
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    302:1:0,

    Chainmail Chestplate:

    4,0,4,;0,0,0,
    4,4,4,;0,0,0,
    4,4,4,;0,0,0,
    303:1:0,

    Chainmail Leggings

    4,4,4,;0,0,0,
    4,0,4,;0,0,0,
    4,0,4,;0,0,0,
    304:1:0,

    Chainmail Boots:

    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    4,0,4,;0,0,0,
    4,0,4,;0,0,0,
    305:1:0,

    Sponge:

    348,348,348,;0,0,0,
    348,325,348,;0,0,0,
    348,348,348,;0,0,0,
    19:16:0,

    Saddle:

    334,334,334,;0,0,0,
    334,265,334,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    329:1:0,

    Snow:

    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    332,332,332,;0,0,0,
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    78:3:0,

    Ice:

    20,20,20,;0,0,0,
    20,332,20,;0,0,0,
    20,20,20,;0,0,0,
    79:8:0,

    Apple:

    0,331,0,;0,0,0,
    331,353,331,;0,0,0,
    0,331,0,;0,0,0,
    260:1:0,

    Golden Apple:

    0,348,0,;0,0,0,
    348,353,348,;0,0,0,
    0,348,0,;0,0,0,
    322:1:0,

    Wool:

    288,288,288,;0,0,0,
    288,288,288,;0,0,0,
    288,288,288,;0,0,0,
    35:1:0,

    Leaves:

    295,295,295,;0,0,0,
    295,0,295,;0,0,0,
    295,295,295,;0,0,0,
    18:8:0,
    stolksdorf's repair recipes (open)
    #Wooden Weapons
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,5,0,;0,0,0,
    0,268,0,;0,X,0,
    268:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,5,0,;0,0,0,
    0,269,0,;0,X,0,
    269:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,5,0,;0,0,0,
    0,270,0,;0,X,0,
    270:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,5,0,;0,0,0,
    0,271,0,;0,X,0,
    271:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,5,0,;0,0,0,
    0,290,0,;0,X,0,
    290:1:0,

    #Stone Weapons
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,4,0,;0,0,0,
    0,272,0,;0,X,0,
    272:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,4,0,;0,0,0,
    0,273,0,;0,X,0,
    273:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,4,0,;0,0,0,
    0,274,0,;0,X,0,
    274:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,4,0,;0,0,0,
    0,275,0,;0,X,0,
    275:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,4,0,;0,0,0,
    0,291,0,;0,X,0,
    291:1:0,

    #Iron Weapons
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,256,0,;0,X,0,
    256:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,257,0,;0,X,0,
    257:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,258,0,;0,X,0,
    258:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,267,0,;0,X,0,
    267:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,292,0,;0,X,0,
    292:1:0,

    #Diamond Weapons
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,276,0,;0,X,0,
    276:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,277,0,;0,X,0,
    277:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,278,0,;0,X,0,
    278:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,279,0,;0,X,0,
    279:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,293,0,;0,X,0,
    293:1:0,

    #Gold Weapons
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,283,0,;0,X,0,
    283:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,284,0,;0,X,0,
    284:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,285,0,;0,X,0,
    285:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,286,0,;0,X,0,
    286:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,294,0,;0,X,0,
    294:1:0,

    #Leather Armor
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,334,0,;0,0,0,
    0,298,0,;0,X,0,
    298:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,334,0,;0,0,0,
    0,299,0,;0,X,0,
    299:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,334,0,;0,0,0,
    0,300,0,;0,X,0,
    300:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,334,0,;0,0,0,
    0,301,0,;0,X,0,
    301:1:0,

    #Iron Armor
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,306,0,;0,X,0,
    306:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,307,0,;0,X,0,
    307:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,308,0,;0,X,0,
    308:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,265,0,;0,0,0,
    0,309,0,;0,X,0,
    309:1:0,

    #Diamond Armor
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,310,0,;0,X,0,
    310:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,311,0,;0,X,0,
    311:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,312,0,;0,X,0,
    312:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,264,0,;0,0,0,
    0,313,0,;0,X,0,
    313:1:0,

    #Gold Armor
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,314,0,;0,X,0,
    314:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,315,0,;0,X,0,
    315:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,316,0,;0,X,0,
    316:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,266,0,;0,0,0,
    0,317,0,;0,X,0,
    317:1:0,
    TZer0's alchemy (open)
    #Glowstone dust + Slime ball + iron tool/weapon = gold tool/weapon (requires the equipment to be in mint condition)
    @Shapeless
    0,348,0,;0,0,0,
    0,341,0,;0,0,0,
    0,257,0,;0,0,0,
    285:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,348,0,;0,0,0,
    0,341,0,;0,0,0,
    0,267,0,;0,0,0,
    283:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,348,0,;0,0,0,
    0,341,0,;0,0,0,
    0,256,0,;0,0,0,
    284:1:0,
    @Shapeless
    0,348,0,;0,0,0,
    0,341,0,;0,0,0,
    0,258,0,;0,0,0,
    286:1:0,
    # Sugar, sugar cane and Bucket of water to slimeball.
    @Shapeless
    0,332,0,;0,0,0,
    0,338,0,;0,0,0,
    0,326,0,;0,0,0,
    341:1:0,
    # 8xredstone + 1x egg to apple.
    @Shaped
    331,331,331,;0,0,0,
    331,344,331,;0,0,0,
    331,331,331,;0,0,0,
    260:1:0,
    # 8xglowstone + 1x apple to egg.
    @Shaped
    348,348,348,;0,0,0,
    348,260,348,;0,0,0,
    348,348,348,;0,0,0,
    344:1:0,
    #water + lava = obsidian
    @Shapeless
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,326,0,;0,0,0,
    0,327,0,;0,0,0,
    49:1:0,
    urakkia's recipes (open)
    [​IMG]

    @Shapeless 37,38,0,;0,0,0, 0,0,0,;0,0,0, 0,0,0,;0,0,0, 351:4:4,

    Grass Block
    Ever wanted a garden in your floating sky castle?
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    @Shapeless 295,0,0,;0,0,0, 3,0,0,;0,0,0, 0,0,0,;0,0,0, 2:1:0,

    Gravel
    Because it's hard to find sometimes.
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    @Shapeless 12,0,0,;0,0,0, 4,0,0,;0,0,0, 12,0,0,;0,0,0, 13:3:0,

    Snowblock
    Another use for sugarcane.
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    @Shapeless 353,0,0,;0,0,0, 353,0,0,;0,0,0, 326,0,0,;0,0,0, 80:2:0,

    Iceblock
    Now you can make ice castles!
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    @Shapeless 80,80,0,;0,0,0, 80,80,0,;0,0,0, 0,0,0,;0,0,0, 79:3:0,

    Snowblock, again
    And ice back to snow.
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    @Shapeless 79,0,0,;0,0,0, 79,0,0,;0,0,0, 79,0,0,;0,0,0, 80:4:0,

    Mobspawner
    Use creaturebox to make it spawn things other than invincible pigs.
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    352,42,352,;0,0,0, 42,327,42,;0,0,0, 352,42,352,;0,0,0, 52:1:0,

    Mossy Cobblestone
    I like keeping this rare.
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    352,352,352,;0,0,0, 295,4,295,;0,0,0, 295,295,295,;0,0,0, 48:1:0,

    Soul Sand
    Use pumpkins for the soul-chilling effect.
    [​IMG]

    Code:
    0,3,0,;0,0,0, 3,86,3,;0,0,0, 0,3,0,;0,0,0, 88:4:0,

    Celtic Minstrel's recipes (open)

    Code:
    # Redstone Ore @Shaped 331,001,331,;0,0,0, 001,331,001,;0,0,0, 331,001,331,;0,0,0, 73:1:0,  # Coal Ore @Shaped 263,001,263,;0,0,0, 001,263,001,;0,0,0, 263,001,263,;0,0,0, 16:1:0,  # Iron Ore @Shaped 265,001,265,;0,0,0, 001,265,001,;0,0,0, 265,001,265,;0,0,0, 15:1:0,  # Gold Ore @Shaped 266,001,266,;0,0,0, 001,266,001,;0,0,0, 266,001,266,;0,0,0, 14:1:0,  # Diamond Ore @Shaped 264,001,264,;0,0,0, 001,264,001,;0,0,0, 264,001,264,;0,0,0, 56:1:0,  # Lapis Lazuli Ore @Shaped 351,001,351,;4,0,4, 001,351,001,;0,4,0, 351,001,351,;4,0,4, 21:1:0,  # Wool to Sponge @Shaped 35,00,35,;0,0,0, 00,35,00,;0,0,0, 35,00,35,;0,0,0, 19:1:0,  # Gunpowder @Shaped 337,263,337,;0,0,0, 263,318,263,;0,0,0, 337,263,337,;0,0,0, 289:8:0,  # Gold Record @Shaped 000,331,000,;0,0,0, 331,322,331,;0,0,0, 000,331,000,;0,0,0, 2256:1:0,  # Green Record @Shaped 000,331,000,;0,0,0, 331,341,331,;0,0,0, 000,331,000,;0,0,0, 2257:1:0,  # Double Slabs <--> Slabs (repeat for each data value from 0 to 3) @Shapeless 00,00,00,;0,0,0, 00,44,00,;0,0,0, 00,44,00,;0,0,0, 43:1:0, @Shapeless 00,00,00,;0,0,0, 00,43,00,;0,1,0, 00,00,00,;0,0,0, 44:2:1,  # Placeable Snow @Shapeless 000,000,000,;0,0,0, 000,000,000,;0,0,0, 332,332,332,;0,0,0, 78:3:0,
    Sample screenshots:
    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Yogoda's recipes (open)

    [​IMG]

    #redstone ore​
    @Shaped​
    331,4,331,;0,0,0,​
    4,331,4,;0,0,0,​
    331,4,331,;0,0,0,​
    73:1:0​
    [​IMG]

    #wool to string​
    @Shaped​
    0,0,35,;0,0,0,​
    35,35,35,;0,0,0,​
    35,0,0,;0,0,0,​
    287:1:0,​
    Em0srawk's recipes (open)
    #Stack porkchop 9 raw
    @Shaped
    319,319,319,;0,0,0,
    319,319,319,;0,0,0,
    319,319,319,;0,0,0,
    319:9:0,
    #Stack porkchop 4 raw

    @Shaped
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,319,319,;0,0,0,
    0,319,319,;0,0,0,
    319:4:0,
    #Stack porkchop 9 cooked

    @Shaped
    320,320,320,;0,0,0,
    320,320,320,;0,0,0,
    320,320,320,;0,0,0,
    320:9:0,
    #Stack porkchop 4 cooked

    @Shaped
    0,0,0,;0,0,0,
    0,320,320,;0,0,0,
    0,320,320,;0,0,0,
    320:4:0,

    Post suggestions, bugs and other questions in this thread. Enjoy :).
    Post your best recipes, and I'll put them in the spoiler.
     
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    Edward Hand

    Brilliant plugin - a really excellent idea.
     
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    fullwall

    Anyone tried this out yet?
     
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    dearman4

    tried it, love it, too bad the result box is invisible tho. still a useful tool
     
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    fullwall

    Yeah, I can't fix it though :/.

    Bump.

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    SplenectomY

    I can't personally try this right now, nor do I think I'll be implementing this on my server until Bukkit gets a LOT more stable since 1.3 (/shop is enough if people want to get something in a different way). I've been trying to cut back on plugins since the server keeps having memory overload and locking up -_-. But I can see how this would be really useful.

    Nice work.
     
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    unrivaledneo

    Nice plugin, can make recipes for those unobtainable items. Chainmail for example :D(yea i know its fire, but you really wanna give players fire) Just need a anticraft plugin and im set

    keep up the good work
     
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    fullwall

    Thanks for support :).
     
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    Soul Reaper

    any possible way to trick minecraft into displaying the icon?
     
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    TechGuard

    fullwall, YOU are an AWESOME Plugin Dev. I took a look at the recipe thing, didn't understand it :p
     
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    Juze

    What!? This is really possible? Awesome plugin, yet again!
     
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    bevso

    ok? so what are the crafting recipies that might help

    oh, this just replaces what you already had, it doesnt add any new items :(

    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
     
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    Daveyo

    this seems like a great plugin, i just cant possibly fathom having to configure something like this lol. Good work though
     
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    fullwall

    OK, I will write up an explanation of how to configure :p. Adding new items is NOT possible - requires a client mod. Also, tricking minecraft into displaying the result is also not possible - this is also handled client side.
     
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    TechGuard

    Would that matter? You just created a plugin to create custom recipes! Awesome :)
     
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    NEO

    I would really like to use this but only for a specific class on my server. Could you add permissions support?

    Other than that, this looks great
     
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    anon

    Ok, everyone that saw craftbook writen on this thread says I.
     
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    fullwall

    I will add permissions support when bukkit gets proper permissions - I don't want to support Nijikokun's Permissions system anymore (it is/about to become defunct). But yeah - I will add permissions when I can.
     
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    NEO

    Not nijikokuns permission, someone else has taken over permissions as niji announced she would only be supporting iconomy.

    I dont mind waiting for permissions, just wanted what i meant to be exactly clear. thanks for all your plugins :)
     
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    fullwall

    Yeah, but groupmanager/other derivatives are all based on Nijikokun's system and as such are subject to the same limitations and about to become obsolete. Thank you for encouragement :), keeps me writing them.
     
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    anon

    Yes, the built in permissions is a need.
    By the last days I see many devs already droping every plugin permition like suport. The war between multiple plugins, and the bugs on all of them made it really hard to suport this I guess.

    I really hope it gets native permision suport on bukkit soon, but people are saying it will be implemented this for a long long time, and still nothing changed, so I doubt it will be soon.
    :'(
     
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    fullwall

    I think the permissions system is done, all that is remaining is the data storage method, which NathanWolf is handling - maybe you should ask him for a status update?
     
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    Joshhsoj0

    Great job, but here's an idea make it to where certain players can make an item
     
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    fullwall

    What do you mean - make an item? Custom items are client side, if that's what you mean.
    --- merged: Feb 27, 2011 4:03 PM ---
    Bumpity.
     
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    Braden1996

    What does this do?
     
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    fullwall

    Didn't the thread make it clear? It allows the customisation of crafting recipes. For example, a typical crafting recipe is three cobblestone on the bottom row - this makes a pressure plate (IIRC). With cookbook, I could make it so one cobblestone in the top left corner makes a 64 stack of pressure plates. This can be done with any block type, configuring positions, and any result id/amount.
     
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    Emalde

    This is an excellent plugin, very helpful for making odd things available to players (grass, ore blocks, etc). Thanks for developing it~
     
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    SAMDAN

    I have one thing to say: WOW! Most people say "everything not directly affected by block placements requires a client-side mod." And here you are, making this awesome directly-to-the-point plugin. So here it is again: WOW!
     
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    Deadlystrike

    here is a little bug for you :) when you exit a crafting bench nomater if u have added or edited any thing in the table you get

    2011-02-28 00:11:03 [INFO] [Cookbook]: Player is no longer using a workbench - e
    xpect an error.
    2011-02-28 00:11:03 [SEVERE] Exception in thread "Thread-18"
    2011-02-28 00:11:03 [SEVERE] java.lang.NullPointerException
    2011-02-28 00:11:03 [SEVERE] at com.fullwall.cookbook.WorkThread.run(WorkThre
    ad.java:44)
    2011-02-28 00:11:03 [SEVERE] at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)

    BUG! SQWASH IT!
     
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    fullwall

    When a player stops using a workbench, an 'error' may show up in the console log - this is not serious, just annoying
    - from the main post :p.
    --- merged: Feb 28, 2011 3:15 PM ---
    Thanks for words of encouragement guys!
     

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