WhatPlugin? 1.0

Find out which Plugin provides a command. Also get its permission and aliases!

  1. Phoenix616
    [​IMG] Made in Germany with love (and beer)

    Did you ever asked yourself "What plugin is adding this command?"? Or maybe you had the problem where you just could not find the correct permission node? Or you just wanted the which unix command on your Bukkit server?

    Ask no more, because WhatPlugin is here!

    It just adds one command (with a couple of aliases) but I let it speak for itself:

    /wat wat
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    What source?
    Source is open and on github.

    What flaws?

    • Doesn't show Vanilla commands. Check the Minecraft wiki ;)
    • Some plugins (like Essentials) don't properly register their command permissions. Because of this ignorance of the Bukkit API this plugin cannot display their permission.
    What donations?
    Uhm, you really want to donate for such a simple plugin?
    I really appreciate if you do but maybe take a look at my premium resources, maybe one of them interests you?

    Patreon with rewards: Patreon
    Paypal: https://s.moep.tv/donate
    Ðoge: D7G4Svo7GTNHpuhjwUBj2k7qANnZHwYD4p
    BTC: 1EXMFRknc7kLwCmM1zf5LXNnPD4ihVCEhQ

    What else?
    Checkout my other resources:​
    [​IMG]
    This resource (which's name is totally not a reference to Homestuck) is distributed without any warranty or liability by the author.
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Recent Reviews

  1. Jinxed
    Jinxed
    2/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Awesome idea, really randomly check up for the permissions of the plugins. On some plguins it works and its fetching up the permission nodes on others not (couldn't fetch essentials perms...?ehh).But mostly not (in my case tho)Sorry, i really don't like giving bad reviews.
    I hope that it will be fixed.Gl
    Cheers!
    1. Phoenix616
      Author's Response
      If the plugin (like Essentials) doesn't properly register their command permissions with Bukkit then there is no way for me to find out what the permission of a command is, that's just not possible without hardcoding support for every badly coded plugin.
  2. electronicboy
    electronicboy
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    The simplest of plugins are generally the ones which keep you sane. No longer do you have to sit there wondering; "Which one of 3 plugins that have a /teleport command is actually receiving the command?!"
  3. BrettPlayMC
    BrettPlayMC
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Really good resource with a great author that has amazing patience. This plugin can be extremely useful to big and small servers with a lot of plugins and trying to find the source of a certain command.