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If you like Festival please leave a thumb up at poggit to help getting the Festival plugin approved, thank you!_
Beyond PMMP 1.7dev-1001? - poggitbot does not yet support releases beyond ALPHA12: You might want to try the oiginal Festival Stable version dev-32 phar - tested with PMMP 1.7dev-1174 3.0.0!
! All packages for Festival PMMP plugin are generated by automated software provided by Server.pro, Github.com and Poggit.pmmp.io. Always download the original .phar files from poggit.pmmp.io or your .zip files from github.com to ensure your environments safety.
Create a festival with this custom area events plugin for Pocketmine Server ALPHA10+:
Create and manage area’s (like WorldGuard/iProtector)
Set area flags true means
Events & Commands
Add commands to area events
Standard Plugin installation; Upload .phar file (or .zip if you have latest devtools installed), restart the server, go to folder plugins/Festival;
Edit config.yml; set the defaults for options, default area flags and the default area flags for specific worlds.
First command '/fe pos1' and tab a block for position 1, then command '/fe pos2' and ab a block to set position2, these are the endpoints of the area longest diagonal.
/fe pos1 /fe pos2
Then name/save the selected area
/fe create <AREANAME>
Now the area is ready to use
You might want to set or edit the area description line
/fe desc <AREANAME> <description>
Festival v1.0.1-11 introduced a fast toggle for flags: /fe <edit/god/pvp/flight/touch/effects/drop/msg/pass/perms> <AREANAME> Area flag defaults are set in the config.yml), server defaults and world specific default flag. The basic command to control area flags: /fe flag(f) <AREANAME> <edit/god/pvp/flight/touch/effects/drop/msg/pass/perms> <true/false> Area flag listing /fe flag <AREANAME> list
/fe tp <AREANAME>
/fe desc <AREANAME> <DESCRIPTION>
/fe whitelist <AREANAME> <add/list/remove(del,delete)> <PLAYERNAME>
/fe delete(del,remove) <AREANAME>
/fe command <AREANAME> <add/list/edit/event*/del> <COMMANDID> <COMMANDSTRING/enter*/leave*/center*> To add a command you need at least; - an areaname, - an unique id for the command - make sure the command works! (when you are op).
/fe command <AREANAME> add <COMMANDID> <COMMANDSTRING> 'add' is the default for attaching a command on the 'enter' event. Using 'enter', 'center' or 'leave' instead of 'add' attaches the new command to the given eventtype: i.e. /fe command <areaname> center <commandid> <commandstring>
/fe command <AREANAME> list
/fe command <AREANAME> edit <COMMANDID> <COMMANDSTRING>
/fe command <AREANAME> event <COMMANDID> <enter/center/leave>
/fe command <AREANAME> del <COMMANDID>
The Festival plugin is in active development.
If you like to help improve this plugin;
or send an email to msg @ genboy.net
[x] Area messages and msg/description management are stable
[x] Commands can be attachted to specific events at the area:
[x] enter: on entering the area
[x] center: when in the center of the area
[x] leave: when leaving the area
[x] Submit to poggit
[x] Testing expected possibilities; use as portals and shields, design a minigame park, create a quest/parcour..
[x] Passage flag; turning the area into a barrier, no one in, no one out.
[x] /fe tp now sends player to the area top-center and prevents fall damage
In a first fork from poggit-orphanage the new code was extending the area with enter and leave messages and adding options to attach separate event-objects to an area and trigger specific events with commands. These test versions kept the core iProtector areas unchanged (to be able to use excisting area's).
These first adjustments worked well being a test plugin but keeping iProtector area's while adding separate event data made me create a split command structure (wich isn't logical or handy) and separate event objects are only needed if the original area class should stay the same. So, for a better plugin command structure and performance the iProtector Area code was used to create the setup for what now has become the Festival Plugin.
Festival Panathenaic - Release v1.0.4-11
new perms & drop flags
config update fallbacks
few bug fixes & code cleanup
checked perms and drop flag, config fallbacks, cleaner code and a few bug fixes
Implement configs fallback
Setup Perms flag & drop flag
add config Msgdisplay
area empty value cleanup
default configs added
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