SQLEconomy

This project is experimental.

This project is only experimental and may change drastically between now and when it comes out of experimental status. It may even be disapproved once that happens, worst-case.

Be forewarned before downloading anything from this project.

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I've officially abandoned the project. I will give it up for anyone who wants to finish it.

SQLEconomy

SQLEconomy is a plugin that combines MySQL and SQLite and puts them into an economy plugin. If you develop plugins with economy, the plugin may NOT work with Vault. But don't worry. I've included a few methods to make transactions easy. The great thing about SQL is it's extremely organized. Each table is like a spreadsheet, keeping everything organized. If yo don't have and experience with SQL, SQLEconomy doesn't care! It will create a table for you, all on its own.

Developing with SQLEconomy

SQLEconomy is open source! You can contribute, or develop with, SQLEconomy at: https://github.com/1Achmed1/SQLEconomy

Notable Contributors

_Husky_ - Made the SQL API and helped out with some errors

Included APIs

When SQLEcon is Released

When SQLEconomy is released, it will have the following features:

  • Use /money to check how much money you have
  • Use /money give [player] [amount] to give a player the specified amount
  • Use /money remove [player] [amount] to remove money from the specified player
  • Hopefully Vault support :)

Benefits

There are many benefits of an economy plugin that uses SQL. First of all, all of the information is in a centralized location, versus a flat file. Also, SQLEconomy helps cut down RAM usage versus, say, iConomy, because it has ONE purpose whereas iConomy can store with flat files and other forms of storage which brings up RAM usage and storage on your server. Plus, flat files need to be saved/loaded when ever they're used. This doesn't. It has minimal data uploads.

Planned Release Dates

1st alpha release: Summer!
1st beta release: Late Summer!
1st FULL RELEASE: Fall!

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Date created
Sep 26, 2013
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Last update
Sep 26, 2013
Development stage
Abandoned
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