Individual Keep-Inventory 1.1.0

Allows you to set the keepInventory mechanic in Minecraft in a per-player way, through permission.

  1. Logics
    Individual Keep-Inventory (for Bukkit and Sponge)

    This is a simple plugin I have made, which allows you to set the keepInventory mechanic in Minecraft in a per-player way, through a permission node.

    Server Requirements:
    • Java 8 or higher;
    • If you use a Bukkit-based server (Craftbukkit/Spigot/Paper/etc...): This was tested in version 1.12.2 of Minecraft; in theory, this should work as far back as 1.8.8 though, and newer versions too;
    • If you use a Sponge-based server (SpongeVanilla/SpongeForge/etc...?): This was tested in version 7.3.0 of SpongeVanilla; in theory, as long as your server version supports that API version you should be fine.
    How to use it?

    WARNING: Do NOT set the keepInventory gamerule to true in the world, through /gamerule or any equivalent command (if you have a world management plugin); this plugin won't work otherwise.
    If you have already done it, set it to false.
    1. Install this plugin and a permission management plugin in your server (LuckPerms is what we recommend!);
    2. With the permission management plugin you have installed, give the permission "iki.events.playerdeath.keepinventory" to whoever you want.
    Examples:

    Assuming you are using LuckPerms:
    1 - If you want to give keepInventory to a specific player or group:
    Code (Text):
    /luckperms user <playername> permission set iki.events.playerdeath.keepinventory true
    2 - If you want to give keepInventory to everyone except a specific player:
    Code (Text):
    /luckperms group default permission set iki.events.playerdeath.keepinventory true

    /luckperms user <playername> permission set iki.events.playerdeath.keepinventory false
    And there might be other use-cases I could spend 40 more hours covering here.

    Data Collection:
    This plugin uses bStats to collect some analytics data about your server, such as its version, plugin version, location, Java version, and others. This data is completely anonymous; nevertheless, you can disable it in "plugins/bStats/config.yml". Note that this will disable data collection for all the plugins that also use bStats.



    You can report issues here. I just don't promise to fix them quickly.
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Recent Updates

  1. Release 1.1.0