THIS IS ONLY HERE FOR REFERENCE/LEGACY.
I have created my own completely separate plugin that is based on the concept of this one. It can be found here: https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/wgtreefarmflag.16369/
Does your server have a player-usable tree farm? Do you miss the old plugin WGTreeFarmFlag?
This is a continuation of WGTreeFarmFlag. It has been updated to Java 7, Spigot 1.8.8, and WorldGuard 6.1.
I would like to give credit to the original developer for his original plugin . He wrote it very well. The project has since been abandoned, so I chose to take it over. The original project can be found here: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/worldguard-treefarm-flag/
This plugin requires WGCustomFlags. It can be found here: http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-plugins/worldguard-custom-flags/. You need the latest beta build.
This should be common sense, but this also requires WorldGuard.
HOW TO USE THE UDPATED VERSION:
Let me know if you find any bugs! I will try to get to them as soon as possible. Thank you. If you need to contact me desperately, add me on Skype (spencer.ryan.c).
- In order to quick-fix the bugs with the old one, I have changed how ALLOW/DENY works. It is very simple now. Allow means the region is a tree farm. Deny means it is not. By having this change, the bug of the past (logs/leaves could be broken in any region: tree farm or not) is fixed.
- By default, a region is a tree farm (the flag defaults to ALLOW). This is just like the build flag defaulting to ALLOW. To fix this, flag the __global__ region (/region flag __global__ treefarm deny).
- The sheers option still works on this end of the plugin; however, WorldGuard now blocks both the usage of sheers and bonemeal in protected regions. To fix this, it would be necessary to set WorldGuard to allow sheers and bonemeal; I have not investigated yet on how to do this.
- This updated version does NOT support McMMO, QwickTree, or BlockRestricter. I may re-add some support in the future, but for the time being, it was easier to simply eliminate that support rather than update/fix it.