Flags is an interface plugin designed to bridge the gap between cuboid and other land management plugins and other plugins that would need to access them.
Based on similar concepts of Vault, Flags provides a single unified object or "Area" for developers to have basic access to the information it holds without the need to know which plugin created it. This allows developers to implement per-area features one time and have them work automatically with all the supported land management plugins.
Though it has grown far beyond it's original purpose, Flags gets it's name from it's ability to allow plugins to create "flags" or switches that change the behavior of the game or plugin in specific areas. Flags will automatically maintain the users choices and customizations, and the plugins that created the flags merely have to handle their behavior. Don't let the name fool you, plugins can use the API for hooking into areas without actually creating flags at all.
Flags v2.0.0 (currently in testing) is mostly UUID compliant. Features pertaining to land ownership are dependent on individual area plugins being updated. Flags will work if they have been updated or not, but systems that have been updated are more reliable. For more information on Flags' migration to UUID, and a list of plugins that have updated, please read this topic.
- Multiple land area plugin support
- Modular flags allow you to choose only what you want.
- Developer API allows anyone to create flag plugins or interface with areas.
- Flags can be set for areas, the wilderness, or new area defaults.
- Trust lists allow you to choose players that can bypass flag effects in each area.
- Customizable player messages allow you to personalize all player flags per area.
- Customizable flag bundles allow you to set multiple flags in a single command.
- Multi-world support allows you to treat each world as a different area, including the wilderness and defaults.
- YAML and MySQL data storage options for flexible servers
- Vault economy support for purchasing flags and messages
Supported Area Plugins (optional)
Flags currently supports Factions, Factoid, Grief Prevention, InfinitePlots, PlotMe, PreciousStones, Residence, and WorldGuard. Flags also has an internal system it uses if no other system is detected. For more details on compatibility and feature sets, please visit the Area Plugins page.
Plug-ins and Modules
Included with Flags is a set of optional flag modules available that operate with just Bukkit. To install them, place the modules you want to use in your plugins folder, along with Flags.jar.
|Block Module||Adds flags based on block control.|
|Border Patrol Module||Adds flags based on players moving into or out of an area.|
|Core Module||Adds general flags that don't fit with any of the other included modules.|
|Creature Spawn Module||Adds flags for stopping creatures from spawning.|
|Damage Module||Adds flags for stopping types of player damage.|
|Player Module||Adds flags based on player actions.|
|Vehicle Module||Adds flags based on boats, minecarts, and horses.|
External Plugins and Modules
Below is a list of known plugins and modules not included with Flags that add their own flags. If you have developed a plugin with Flags support or a module and want it listed here, add a post to the developer forum!
|BlockNotif||Notifies moderators when players break certain blocks, logs it, and prevents it from occurring.||None. Flags is used to report the name or ID of the area defined by the system your using.|
|FancyShop||Creates chest shops that trade in physical currencies.||Flags that allow shops to be restricted to specific areas.|
|FlyNCreative||Allows server operators to set areas where creative mode and flight are enabled while maintaining inventories for those areas.||Flags to select Flight and/or Creative mode.|
|HardcoreClaims||Grief Prevention extension that deletes claims and restores the land when a player dies.||Flags for choosing which claims get deleted and what areas players must die in to cause a deletion.|
|PetStore||Manage ownership of tameable animals.||Flags for choosing where animals can be left for sale, give away, or released.|
|RocketTeleport||Plugin that adds a new flare to warping/teleporting.||Flags for choosing where players can create rockets and landing zones.|
To set flags for an area, simply stand inside the area that you would like to set a flag for and issue the command /flag <action> <location> <flag> [value]. For more detailed information, consult the Commands page. Setting a default flag allows you to choose the behavior for all areas in the world that have not had a value previously set. Setting a wilderness flag allows you to choose the behavior for unclaimed areas.
The following examples can be used for the flag or bundle command and can be used with area, default, or wilderness. This is not an exhaustive list.
|/flag get area Pvp||Retrieves the value of the flag|
|/flag set wilderness NotifyExit true||Explicitly set the value of the flag.|
|/flag set default SpawnMob||Toggle the current value of the flag.|
|/flag help||Display a list of available flags|
Flags has the ability to use item based tools for some functionality. The items are configurable in config.yml. Below is a list of the tools available.
|FlagQuery||Feather||Right click in an area to view the flags currently set. Performs the same function as /flag get area or /flag get wilderness.|
|Sector||Gold Hoe||If Sectors are enabled, use this tool to create a sector by right clicking to set the corners. Create subdivisions in the same manner inside an existing sector.|
Bundles allow you to group flags together so you can set them with a single command. New bundles can be added by command or by the server operator editing the bundle.yml file. Bundles maintain their own permissions system, they do not require a flag permission even if the flag is in the bundle. Below is a list of default bundles which serve as examples and can be edited or removed. These bundles will only function if their respective modules are installed.
IMPORTANT: When adding new bundles by editing the file directly, the name should ALWAYS be lower case. Flag names are not case sensitive, and using or adding bundles with commands in-game are not case sensitive. You may use in-line YAML list format if you wish.
|BuildCreature||BuildGolem, BuildSnowman, BuildWither|
|Jail||AllowEntry, AllowLeave, AllowTpIn, AllowTpOut|
|SpawnMonster||SpawnInvasion, SpawnJockey, SpawnLightning, SpawnMob, Spawner, SpawnChunk, SpawnOther|
|Damage||DamageBlockExplode, DamageContact, DamageDrown, DamageFall, DamageBlockFall, DamageFire, DamageBurn, DamageLava, DamageLightning, DamageMagic, DamageMelting, DamagePoison, DamageStarve, DamageSuffocate, DamageSuicide, DamageThorns, DamageVoid, DamageWither, DamageOther|
Flags contains an automated updater feature that can check for updates and notify the console and players with permission when one is available. For more information on configuring or disabling the updater, click see the Configuration page.
Flags reports non-identifying information about your server to MCStats.org. For more information on what is reported and how to disabled it if you would like to, please see the Questions page. To view the full set of data, click the graph below.
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- Date created
- Sep 04, 2013
- Last update
- May 03, 2014
- Development stage
- Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0
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