Create, manage, delete and restore multiple backups of your worlds!
No configuration. Fast and simple!
Install MultiVerse (Link) and import your worlds (Link)!I recommend you to use MultiVerse but it is now longer needed.
(If you run Bukkit >1.4.5 use the latest devBuild (Link)!)
Just Type "/wr tp <world>" to create a world or teleport to one if it already exists.
-> Please write me some feedback into a comment
or in a mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
|Commands (<needed> [optional])||Use||Permissions|
|</wr> <save> [me/world] [index]||Creates a backup||- worldrebuild.save|
|</wr> <rebuild> [me/world] [index]||Restores world from a backup||- worldrebuild.rebuild|
|</wr> <list> [me/world]||Lists all backups||- worldrebuild.list|
|</wr> <delete> <me/world> <index>||Deletes a backup||- worldrebuild.delete|
|</wr> <help>||Shows all commands||- worldrebuild.help|
|</wr> <tp> <world>||Teleports you to a world||- worldrebuild.tp|
If you don't know the name of your current world just type "me" instead of the worlds name.
The index is the name you can give a backup. So it is possible to create unlimited backups.
If you don't type an index the standard index "default" will be used.
To check wether it works correctly with MultiVerse try the following steps:
1. type "/mv create test normal -t flat" -> now MultiVerse creates the new, flat map "test", wait until it says "Complete!"
2. teleport yourself to this world by typing "/mvtp test"
3. type "/wr save" to create a backup of this world and wait until WorldRebuild finishes
4. place some random blocks
5. type "/wr rebuild" to restore from the backup you created in step 3 and wait until WorldRebuild finishes
6. if you now see the flat map without the random blocks than everything worked correctly and you can start using WorldRebuild for your other worlds
To check wether it works correctly without MultiVerse try the following steps:
1. type "/wr tp test" -> now WorldRebuild creates the new, flat map "test", wait until your were teleported
2. type "/wr save" to create a backup of this world and wait until WorldRebuild finishes
3. place some random blocks
4. type "/wr rebuild" to restore from the backup you created in step 3 and wait until WorldRebuild finishes
5. if you now see the flat map without the random blocks than everything worked correctly and you can start using WorldRebuild for your other worlds
1. Put the WorldRebuild.jar into your plugins folder.
2. Restart/Reload your Server.
- Enabled -> set to true and restart/reload you Server to enable autosave
- Frequency (in min) -> set the frequency for autosave -> restart/reload after changes
To get support, give feedback or report a bug please use the comments below.
- timestamps for autosave
- backup organization in own folder
I will not take over any liability for possible data loss.
If you experience any data loss or other bugs and errors please mail me (email@example.com) or write a comment below with a detailed description and the server log.