Tree Feller

Tree Feller v1.2
Last updated January 8, 2014

General

TreeFeller is a plugin that allows you to harvest trees at a much faster rate. It allows you to break the bottom most block of a tree which will "fell" the tree. It has multiple modes allowing for simple tree trunk felling all the way to destroying an entire forest.

Usage

You can chop an entire tree down by sneaking / standing (depending on your config) and using an axe (or any item you choose to put in the config) to cut the lowest block the tree.

This plugin supports mode switching. For example, if you have the permissions

treefeller.use
treefeller.mode.full

It will default to classic, but you can switch your mode with commands. Check out the commands for more info.

Permissions

Go to this page for the permissions.

Configuration

Go to this page for an explanation of the config file.

Commands

Go to this page to learn the commands.

Future Update

  • Log blocks with logblock

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  • Avatar of FlukiestEmperor FlukiestEmperor Aug 19, 2014 at 21:17 UTC - 0 likes

    @PennyNyx: Go

    I'm not supporting Spigot 1.7.9.

    I tested it in bukkit 1.7.9 and it worked just fine.

    Just in case the error isn't related to Spigot though, what are the errors it's outputting?

    BFAK:2877,6c59807a235985869e04008b68df040529dfd7dee081aa1de39cc6e41d4d5626

  • Avatar of PennyNyx PennyNyx Aug 03, 2014 at 05:26 UTC - 0 likes

    We're using Spigot 1.7.9, and Tree Feller's throwing up errors left right and centre. And appears to be working intermittently. Anyone else having similar issues?

  • Avatar of FlukiestEmperor FlukiestEmperor Jun 14, 2014 at 14:21 UTC - 0 likes

    @cooltrain7: Go

    durability-mode is suppose to be true or false.

    If it's set to true, your tool will take 1 damage per block. If it's set to false, it will take 1 damage per hit (no matter how many blocks were broken in that 1 hit).

    I need to change this because it's not very configurable and the wording is confusing.

    Last edited Jun 14, 2014 by FlukiestEmperor
  • Avatar of cooltrain7 cooltrain7 Jun 08, 2014 at 22:22 UTC - 0 likes

    Can someone help me with a config problem Ive got, Ive set the durability to 1 so that each block chopped takes it down but its not working, any idea's ?

    • Core:
    • tools:
    • - 271
    • - 275
    • - 258
    • -286
    • - 279
    • logs:
    • -'17:0'
    • - '17:4'
    • - '17:8'
    • - '17:1'
    • - '17:5'
    • - '17:9'
    • - '17:2'
    • - '17:6'
    • - '17:10'
    • - '17:3'
    • - '17:7'
    • - '17:11'
    • leaves:
    • - '18:8'
    • - '18:9'
    • - '18:10'
    • - '18:11'
    • sneak-to-activate: true
    • max-blocks: 350
    • durability-mode: 1
    • Debug:
    • debug: false

    Any idea's why these setting are not working ?

    Last edited Jun 08, 2014 by cooltrain7
  • Avatar of Flamdrache Flamdrache Apr 02, 2014 at 20:26 UTC - 0 likes

    does this work for 1.7.5? i cant seem to get it to work even with permissions added

  • Avatar of maystorm_real maystorm_real Mar 03, 2014 at 18:16 UTC - 0 likes

    Works like a charm now. ;)

    However, found a small problem with Acacia trees: since this type produces trees where the logs are not always adjacent but placed diagonally with one gap horizontally and one gap vertically these trees are not always cut down with one axe swing and the upper part is left over.

    Not a major issue since all the other tree types seem to work great.

    BFAK:65207,d366bd25319ca1725ccc52d2269f6ec4ba76574d1bf3a4b194d1523845eb3be4

  • Avatar of maystorm_real maystorm_real Mar 03, 2014 at 07:52 UTC - 0 likes

    @FlukiestEmperor: Go

    Ah, that's great! Thanks a lot for your quick response and your great work!

  • Avatar of FlukiestEmperor FlukiestEmperor Mar 03, 2014 at 06:00 UTC - 1 like

    @Iwitrag: Go

    @maystorm_real: Go

    To answer both your questions, I have enabled mode switching. It defaults to classic when you log in.

    The command for this is

    /treefeller mode <mode>
    

    Replace <mode> with one of the following

    classic

    fullnoleaves

    classicleaves

    full

    @frankmiaw: Go

    This works on any minecraft 1.7 version. While 1.7.4 is the latest Minecraft version, it is only a client update. Every plugin for 1.7.2 will work with 1.7.4 and vice versa. I just decided to say it works with the latest minecraft version. In general, the version it says it works with doesn't mean much. You'll find plenty of old plugins around Bukkit that say they work with something like 1.4, but still work with 1.7.

    Edit: I finally got around to adding the mode switching info to the main page.

    Last edited Mar 03, 2014 by FlukiestEmperor
  • Avatar of maystorm_real maystorm_real Mar 02, 2014 at 13:45 UTC - 0 likes

    Hi,

    I don't get mode 'full' to work. It only cuts all logs vertically in a straight line but doesn't cut any logs or leaves attached to the sides.

    I am using PermissionEx and have defined following permissions:

    users:
      maystorm:
        permissions:
        - treefeller.use
        - treefeller.mode.full

    Furthermore I added the ID's for Acacia and Dark Oak as follows in config.yml (in addition to the default ones):

    logs:
      - '162:0'
      - '162:4'
      - '162:8'
      - '162:1'
      - '162:5'
      - '162:9'
      leaves:
      - '161:8'
      - '161:9'

    I'd think that with these settings a tree can be brought down with a single axe swing. However, as said above, only one line of vertical logs are cut down, no sideway logs and no leaves at all.

    Any idea what I am missing?

    TIA!

  • Avatar of frankmiaw frankmiaw Feb 26, 2014 at 18:30 UTC - 0 likes

    @SilverKytten: Go

    how is this for 1.7.4 if bukkit haven't yet post a server compatible with it? i think...?

Facts

Date created
Oct 22, 2012
Categories
Last update
Jan 09, 2014
Development stage
Release
License
GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3)
Curse link
Tree Feller
Downloads
39,231
Recent files
  • R: 1.2 for 1.7.4 Jan 09, 2014
  • R: 1.1b3 for 1.5.2 May 26, 2013
  • R: 1.1 b2 for CB 1.4.7-R1.0 Dec 25, 2012
  • R: 1.1 for 1.4.6 Dec 22, 2012
  • R: 1.0 for CB 1.4.5-R0.2 Nov 19, 2012

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