PlayTime

Playtime is a plugin for tracking numerous times for particular players. Currently within its release stage, it can track the time that a player has been online, been alive for, and how long they have played on the server in total. It currently supports three forms of data management, which are MySQL, SQLite, and flat file storage using yaml files. There is also tracking of AFK players (if you wish to enable it), and I try to keep everything within this plugin as configurable as possible. Please, if you have any type of feedback at all, don't hesitate to leave a comment! I usually try to add new ideas within a week of requesting it if I deem that it is appropriate for the plugin.

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News: Playtime-2.0.0!

There are plans for an upcoming re-write of the Playtime plugin in its entirety! You can view the notes on this update at the link below:

http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/playtime/pages/development/#w-upcoming-features

This will add some major overhauls, including an incredible re-write of the event system, finally fixing the event system to allow for player-defined events after a certain time period.

Have questions on the update, or need help with the plugin in general? Leave a comment below or feel free to talk to me direct via IRC: #codelanx

Updating to Playtime 1.4.1+

Note that v1.4.0 introduces an event system with a few example events placed in. If you would not like any events to be used at all, simply remove everything in the events.yml file and save it as blank.

Installation

  1. Download the jar file and put it in your plugin folder
  2. Start your server
  3. PlayTime has generated a config.yml in your plugins folder, customize it so it can connect to your database
  4. Restart your server

Requirements

Java 6 or higher

Features

  • Logs PlayTime for users currently online, updates it every minute
  • Logs the PlayTime in a MySQL database
  • Looking up your own play time with a command
  • Look up up someone elses play time with a command
  • See how long since your last death
  • See how long since someone else's death
  • Stop tracking the time of AFK players
  • Flatfile support (yml files) - Deprecated, will return in the future
  • SQLite support
  • Dynamic configuration updating
  • Asynchronous data management
  • Time spent online since login
  • Other languages - Currently supported: en_US (English), de_DE (German)
  • Firing Console commands when a time is reached
  • Add top for total time played
  • Add command to switch between data managers
  • Automatic updating and version checking. This is possible to disable under the "update" section of the config. For more information, read the Configuration page

For a full list of upcoming features, feel free to look here: http://dev.bukkit.org/server-mods/playtime/pages/development/

Metrics Stats

Playtime uses metrics, which keeps track of information such as OS, player count, java version, and other specific information in an anonymous fashion. You can view the collected information by clicking the graph below, and it is used for any potential future development for specific groups that develop within statistics:

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This can be disabled in the Metrics configuration for all plugins, under plugins/PluginMetrics/config.yml , and set "opt-out" to true. Keep in mind this will make your server not report any information, and I love stats almost as much as cats </3


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