I have a problem with the stability of MySQL connections from plugins. I have many such errors: http://pastebin.com/iTZvemh8
As you can see,...
You are fast :) Everything works perfectly :) No errors. Thank you!
I'am sorry I did not write version. I am using latest build, number 1772.
I've got this error when someone joins (plugin downloaded from above link):
2012-01-16 02:55:50 [SEVERE] Could not pass event PLAYER_JOIN to...
Here the same problem. CB 1612 (tested also on 1597). Plugins:
CommandHelper, Multiverse-Core, Multiverse-Portals, NoCheat, Orebfuscator,...
It was a proposition for users, not for you ;) But of course you can join the team of CommandHelper and add functionality of WebSend. It would be...
There are lots of possibilities. Example:
You can write a script that will check the database iConomy plugin if the user has money. If so, let...
@Waterflames: Nice to see that you released a plugin :) If you wish, you can use my PHP script as an example.
@snooze95: This plugin allows you...
I'm sure I could solve this problem but it's your plugin. If you want you can release it.
I think there are two options:
- back to /n or \n with single quotes
- show the source and think how to solve the problem
Your choice :)
Of course it is not so important. I just wanted to find a solution, I'm sure one exists. Any PHP programmer knows that he must use double quotes...
There is no such thing as "php line". PHP sends to Java normal text but with \n. This \n for PHP is the same \n for Java.
You read the text sent...
Why we need to do anything with this\n? PHP sends to Java lines of text with new lines characters. Why it's a problem?
Can you show your source...
It's working because you have a single quotes. Difference in PHP between single and double quotes:
'\n' - doesn't recognize a new line, treat as...
Your PHP script works?
Doesn't work :( With what you have exactly the problem?
I was thinking about it. Only one line should work:
Unfortunately, at now none of these lines works:
echo "/Command/ExecuteBukkitCommand:weather sun";
Yes, every programming language uses the \n, \r, \r\n and \n\r. Also Java. Where it came from this /n ? :p
I don't know why but I don't have this problem any more :) Sorry.
Me too :) But when I try to use \n then I've got normal line, without effect...
Separate names with a comma.