MineResetLite

Bukkit Plugins
496,056 Downloads Last Updated: Mar 14, 2016 Game Version: 1.9

Commands

  • Receive plugin update alerts
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.updates
    • When booted, MineResetLite retrieves information related to recent updates made to the plugin. If your version is out of date, alerts will be send to those with this permission when they join.
  • /mrl list
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.list
    • Simply enough, this command lists the names of all mines.
  • /mrl p1 (-feet)
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.create
    • This command will set your first MRL selection point to the block you are looking at. If you execute the command with the -feet argument, it will set your first point to the block you're standing on.
  • /mrl p2 (-feet)
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.create
    • This command will set your second MRL selection point to the block you are looking at. If you execute the command with the -feet argument, it will set your second point to the block you're standing on.
  • /mrl create <mine name>
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.create
    • To create a mine, make a selection via either WorldEdit or /mrl p1/p2, then use this command to save the mine to memory. Mine names are allowed to have spaces.
  • /mrl info <mine name>
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.info
    • To view information about a mine, such as its composition, automatic reset settings, or world, use /mrl info.
  • /mrl set <mine name> <block>:(data) <percentage>%
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.composition
    • Example usages:
      • Set the mine to contain 98% stone: /mrl set <mine name> stone 98%
      • Set the mine to contain 50% birch log: /mrl set <mine name> log:2 50%
    • Setting the percentage of a block already in the mine will always overwrite the old value in the mine. You cannot have a mine whose composition totals to be over 100%, however, you can have a mine with a composition of less than 100%. When a mine resets, if the composition is less than 100%, it is padded with air until the composition does equal 100%.
  • /mrl unset <mine name> <block>:(data)
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.composition
    • To remove a block entirely from a mine's composition, such that the mine will no longer contain that block, use /mrl unset.
    • Example usages:
      • Remove stone from the mine: /mrl unset <mine name> stone
      • Remove birch logs from the mine: /mrl unset <mine name> log:2
  • /mrl reset <mine name> (-s)
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.reset
    • /mrl reset will immediately reset the specified mine, also crediting the player who ran the reset command. If you wish to not have the mine broadcast the fact it was just reset, use /mrl reset <mine name> -s.
  • /mrl flag <mine name> <setting> <value>
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.flag
    • /mrl flag most importantly modifies settings for automatic resets. Each flag is detailed below:
      • resetDelay: The integer number of minutes between every mine reset. For example, if the resetDelay was 10, the mine would reset every 10 minutes.
      • resetWarnings: A comma separated list of integer minute values to warn players of the imminent mine reset. For example, to display a warning at 10, 5, and 1 minute before the reset, set the value of resetWarnings to: 10,5,1
      • fillMode: Boolean, whether or not to activate fill mode on reset of this mine. Fill mode means only blocks that are air will be changed. This mode is not commonly used on prison servers.
      • surface: A block type. When set to anything but air, sets the top block of the mine to always be the specified block after a reset. This hides "surface ores" that are freebies. When set to air, the flag is cleared.
      • slient: Boolean. If true (the default), the mine will announce when it has been automatically reset. When false, the mine won't announce that. This flag doesn't apply to command-initiated resets.
  • /mrl erase <mine name>
    • Permissions: mineresetlite.mine.erase
    • To completely and irrevocably remove a mine, simply delete it with /mrl erase.

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