What Is QwickTree?
- Tested Minecraft Versions:
- Source Code:
QwickTree is a permission supporting plugin that will harvest an entire tree when the bottom block is destroyed with specified tools (see default config)
- Harvests the whole tree when the bottom block of the tree is destroyed with config definable items (stone axes or better, by default);
- Checks within a certain area of the tree for common "house" blocks - so your log cabin can stay standing! Can be changed in the config. NOTE: This will not stop them from destroying the tree, but it will stop the player from harvesting the whole tree.
- Replants Sapling when the tree is chopped down - replants all 4 sapling in large Jungle trees!
- Permissions support. Permissions can also be disabled in the config.
- Now supports protect regions. (Only tested with WorldGuard so far)
- Ability to Disable & Enable the plugin in-game all users, or individual users without needing to reboot the server or mess with permissions.
- Drop vines when they are attached to or near the tree.
- Bottom level of leaves are not destroyed on Jungle trees only.
- Tree Specific drops, e.g. Only Oak Trees drop apples.
- Ability to stop QwickTree from chopping down tree types.
- Damage support for the entire tree - so chopping down a Jungle tree won't act like you only hit one block! All items that take damage will be damaged - even a bow or golden helmet!
- Maximum size limit for a tree. Your sacred 10,000 block tree is safe from vandals.
- Logging in grief-logging plugins - so you can see who chopped down the tree. (Only specific plugins supported so far, see below for details)
Currently, QwickTree supports most protection plugins and the following:
To see the default config, please visit the config page on my BukkitDev page.
Commands and permissions
To see a list of commands, and the permissions this plugin uses, see here.
This plugin utilizes Hidendra's plugin metrics system, which anonymously collects and sends the following information to mcstats.org:
Opting out of this service can be done by editing plugins/Plugin Metrics/config.yml and changing opt-out to true. You can see the presentable data on mcstats.org/plugin/QwickTree
- A unique identifier
- The server's version of Java
- Whether the server is in offline or online mode
- The plugin's version
- The server's version
- The OS version/name and architecture
- The core count for the CPU
- The number of players online
- The Metrics version
The source code is available on my GitHub repo: github.com/gorbb/QwickTree. Please feel free to make alterations or amendments as you see fit.