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Kane

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the /world command and how she runs?
« on: January 31, 2011, 08:04:49 am »
Looking for more info on this sexy command I think I'm going to enjoy a lot!

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/world possible explanation
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2011, 01:41:02 am »
I think /help answers some of it but heres what I've found out:

Since Worlds are loaded alphabetically, it's best to have some sort of identifier for them (1,2,3 / A,B,C / ...). I used A,B,C,... for my Worlds, though I keep having problems with changing Worlds(Client crash).

My World config looks like this:
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# 0 = Normal Map
# 1 = Nether Map
# 2 = Floating Islands Map
# ...
# Map directory : Generator
map.storage.nbt.directories= ();
# WORLD ARE LOADED ALPHABETICALLY. you have been warned ;P

map.storage.nbt.directories += ("A-Homeworld":0); #ID 0
map.storage.nbt.directories += ("B-Nether":1); #ID 1
map.storage.nbt.directories += ("C-Heaven":2); #ID 2

This means that "/world 0" would be "A-Homeworld", but I can't prove it, because I get this:
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Info from plugin.command: Command Plugin got from Xaymar: world
and then a magic disconnect with a serverside crash(Windows Server 2008 RC2 SP2).

Thats all I can tell by the current release. Sorry if it didn't help much, but I can't find out much more.

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Re: /world possible explanation
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2011, 06:16:02 am »
I think /help answers some of it but heres what I've found out:

Since Worlds are loaded alphabetically, it's best to have some sort of identifier for them (1,2,3 / A,B,C / ...). I used A,B,C,... for my Worlds, though I keep having problems with changing Worlds(Client crash).

My World config looks like this:
Code: [Select]
# 0 = Normal Map
# 1 = Nether Map
# 2 = Floating Islands Map
# ...
# Map directory : Generator
map.storage.nbt.directories= ();
# WORLD ARE LOADED ALPHABETICALLY. you have been warned ;P

map.storage.nbt.directories += ("A-Homeworld":0); #ID 0
map.storage.nbt.directories += ("B-Nether":1); #ID 1
map.storage.nbt.directories += ("C-Heaven":2); #ID 2

This means that "/world 0" would be "A-Homeworld", but I can't prove it, because I get this:
Quote
Info from plugin.command: Command Plugin got from Xaymar: world
and then a magic disconnect with a serverside crash(Windows Server 2008 RC2 SP2).

Thats all I can tell by the current release. Sorry if it didn't help much, but I can't find out much more.

Thanks that was plenty :)