uHome - The Ultimate Multi-Home Plugin
Is teleporting to your homes making you suffocate? Having trouble getting in and out of minecarts? Update to v1.5.3 and set loadChunks: true in your uHome config.yml!
uHome is a fork of the wonderful MyHome plugin by tkelly and spathizilla, modified to provide multiple homes to players that are simple to use and easy for server operators to control. Developed for use on my server, Ultimate Minecraft, some features have been removed that were previously available in MyHome, namely publicizing of homes and economy support, which were removed as they were not needed on the server. Currently, economy support is implemented in v1.5a and above, and will be available in release versions shortly.
uHome 1.5.3 is known to be compatible with all releases of CraftBukkit 1.4.7.
- Creation of multiple private homes (warps) for each player.
- Bukkit SuperPerms support, including permissions variables.
- Works out of the box without config changes and no permissions plugin necessary
- Home creation limit, with support for different levels through permissions nodes.
- Command cool-downs and warm-ups, also variable according to permissions nodes.
- MySQL and SQLite support.
- Simple default home support - players can use /sethome and /home, without parameters, to warp to a default named home.
- Importing of homes from MyHome.
- Inviting of players to homes.
- Locale Support - customise uHome to talk your language, or fit your server's theme.
- Multi-world support, you decide if players can move between worlds with their homes.
- Auto completion of home names when warping.
- All commands work with online and offline players, case insensitively.
- Use Minecraft's vanilla command blocks with uHome to make teleporters in your world!
Installation & Setup
Simply download and place the uHome.jar into your plugins folder in your Bukkit directory. A configuration file is generated when running the plugin for the first time, which contains many options to adjust the behaviour of the plugin to your needs. Hopefully, the defaults provided should prove a good basis for most users. Easy permissions setup is possible by giving your players 'uhome.own' and your admins 'uhome.admin'. A 'uhome.all' node is provided that will also give the group/player no limits in addition to the player and admin command rights. If you're not a user of permissions, uHome allows all players to do basic actions by default, while giving ops full access.
For information on setting up permissions based (per group) limits, see the section entitled "Other Permissions" below.
For more configuration information, check out the Configuration page.
If you have any queries, you can use the comments section below and I should reply fairly quickly, as I check this page almost daily. If you'd like live support, you can ask me in IRC, either in #bukkit or #uhome under the username 'ks'. If you come across bugs, or have a feature request, create a ticket using the "Tickets" tab at the top of the page.
Live Support: irc.esper.net #uhome (May not be online, sorry!)
Commands & Permissions
Basic Commands: /home - (uhome.own.warp) - Takes you to your "home" home. /home set - (uhome.own.set) - Sets your "home" home to your current position. /home delete - (uhome.own.delete) - Deletes your home "home". /home help - Display help Multihome Commands: /home <name> - (uhome.own.warp) - Takes you to your home with the name <name>. /home list - (uhome.own.list) - Displays the homes you own. /home set <name> - (uhome.own.set) - Sets a home called <name> to your current position. /home delete <name> - (uhome.own.delete) - Deletes your home named <name>. /home limit - (uhome.own.set) - Displays the number of homes you can set. /home warp <name> - (uhome.own.warp) - Takes you to your home with the name <name>, avoiding conflicts with other commands. Invite Commands: /home invite <player> <name> - (uhome.own.invite) - Allows <player> to warp to your home called <name>. /home uninvite <player> <name> - (uhome.own.uninvite) - Removes <player> from <name>'s invited players list. /home invites [page] - (uhome.own.listinvites) - Displays the homes that you have been invited to. /home requests [page] - (uhome.own.listinvites) - Displays the players that you have invited to your homes. /home lock <name> - (uhome.own.unlock) - Locks a home, so that only those invited can warp to it. (Default behaviour.) /home unlock <name> - (uhome.own.unlock) - Unlocks a home, so that anybody who knows the name of the home may warp to it. Admin Commands: /home <player> - (uhome.admin.warp) - Warps to a player's default home (provided you have no homes with similar names). /home list <player> - (uhome.admin.list) - Lists a player's homes. /home delete <player> <name> - (uhome.admin.delete) - Delete's a player's home. /home reload - (uhome.admin.reload) - Reload uHome's configuration - Do not use this for swapping to MySQL /home <player> <name> - (uhome.admin.warp) - Takes you to the home of <player> called <name>. /home set <player> <name> - (uhome.admin.set) - Sets another player's home to your location. /home limit <player> - (uhome.admin.list) - Displays the maximum number of homes <player> can set. /home invites <player> - (uhome.admin.listinvites) - Displays the invites <player> has received. /home requests <player> - (uhome.admin.listinvites) - Displays the invites <player> has sent. /home info <player> <name> - (uhome.admin.info) - Displays information on the given home, including it's co-ordinates. /home debug - **(Console Only)** - Toggles debug logging to investigate permissions errors. Can create a lot of messages. /home <player> <owner> <name> (uhome.admin.send and uhome.admin.warp) - Sends the given player to another player's home. Can be used from the console, and from command blocks!
Variable Permissions: (uhome.limit.[a-e]) - Gives the player the home limit reflected by the config. E.g. if limitB=10, and the player has the permission "uhome.limit.b", the player can make up to 10 homes. (uhome.cooldown.[a-e]) - Gives the player the cooldown time reflected by the config, as above. (uhome.warmup.[a-e]) - Gives the player the warmup time reflected by the config, as above. Bypassing Timers/Limits Permisions: (uhome.bypass) - Bypass all limits (cooldowns, warmups, bed usage and home limit) (uhome.bypass.cooldown) - Permission to bypass /home cooldowns (uhome.bypass.warmup) - Permission to bypass /home warmup (uhome.bypass.warmup.damage) - Permission to ignore damage when warming-up (uhome.bypass.warmup.movement) - Permission to ignore movement when warming-up (uhome.bypass.bed) - Permission to use /sethome when bed usage is forced. (uhome.crossworld) - Allows a player to move between worlds with homes. Admin Permissions: (uhome.all) - Has access to all commands in uHome (uhome.admin.reload) - Is able to reload uHome config.
Limits and variable permissions are powerful and actually very simple to use. However, they may seem confusing at first, so for information on how to use them visit the Configuration page.
Importing From Other Plugins
uHome v1.5a and above support importing homes from both CommandBook and MyHome. For information on how to do this, please read the page Importing From Other Plugins. Would you like to see import support from other home plugins? Create a ticket!
Current Usage Stats
Stats provided from v1.5 and above only!
Thanks to CubeNation for adding economy implementation via Vault.
Thanks to linkinkov & Schmarotzer for the Russian translation.
Another thanks to those users who consistently send good feedback, bug reports and feature requests. You know who you are!
Source code available on GitHub, feel free to fork, butcher and re-release to your liking. https:github.com/ks07/uHome
Want to see it in action? Visit Ultimate Minecraft
Welcome to uHome v1.5.3
This update fixes some bugs present in v1.5.2, and reintroduces the loadChunks config setting, which has been fixed and no longer causes issues with carts or boats.
This update includes anonymous usage statistics tracking provided by mcstats.org. Your server ip will not be made publicly visible by these statistics. You can view all of the data collected by the website here. I would appreciate you leaving this enabled, so I can see how my plugin is used, but you may disable it at any time by editing the config.yml in the PluginMetrics folder in your plugins directory.
This update adds the loadChunks option from your config.yml, if you deleted it upgrading to v1.5.2. This option has been fixed, and is recommended to be set to true - it should prevent uHome from teleporting your players into the floor if chunks around the home are not loaded!
Changes since v1.5.2:
- Fix multi-line home list support when using customlocale.properties.
- Prepend second half of multi-line separator to homes in home list, so bulleted lists are possible.
- Re-implement loadChunks config option. Set loadChunks: true in your config.yml if teleporting to homes is teleporting people into the floor!
- Fix a bug where special characters would cause (non-fatal) error messages with certain commands.
- Fix a bug where players who have entered special characters into their home names (e.g. '\') would no longer be able to list their homes.
- Update maven setup. (For developers)
|File Name||Release Type||Game Version||Downloads||Date|
|uHome v1.5.3||Release||CB 1.4.6-R0.3||24,317||Jan 9, 2013|
|uHome v1.5.2||Release||CB 1.4.6-R0.2||1,412||Jan 1, 2013|
|uHome v1.5||Release||CB 1.2.5-R4.0||11,022||Jul 5, 2012|
|uHome v1.5b_1||Beta||CB 1.2.5-R1.2||2,839||May 7, 2012|
|uHome v1.5b||Beta||CB 1.2.5-R1.2||324||May 6, 2012|
|uHome v1.4.1||Release||CB 1.1-R7||9,694||Feb 13, 2012|
|uHome v1.4||Release||CB 1.1-R3||831||Feb 12, 2012|
|uHome v1.4b.1||Beta||CB 1.1-R3||459||Feb 11, 2012|
|uHome v1.4b||Beta||CB 1.1-R3||574||Feb 9, 2012|
|uHome v1.3.4||Beta||CB 1.0.1-R1||2,195||Jan 21, 2012|
|uHome v1.3.3||Beta||CB 1.0.1-R1||1,321||Dec 30, 2011|
|uHome v1.3.1||Beta||CB 1.0.1-R1||459||Dec 27, 2011|
|uHome v1.3||Release||CB 1337||5,717||Nov 24, 2011|
|uHome v1.2||Release||CB 1337||1,313||Nov 4, 2011|
|uHome v1.1||Release||CB 1337||569||Oct 28, 2011|
|uHome v1.0||Release||CB 1337||113||Oct 27, 2011|