I fully recommend that you use Celtic Minstrel's General and cease to use this version. Celtic Minstrel's General (and Bukkit) now support command aliasing in a form that makes this version of General redundant. I am working on a final release which will attempt to upgrade existing 2.x users to the new version, but it will be faster to switch yourself (and potentially easier as well) rather than wait for this to be available. When switching, you should be aware that your existing configurations will not have an effect. You should take some time to familiarize yourself with the new config options available, as well as making sure that you copy in the new config files. If you have localized your items.db, you will need to transfer this to the new format. Sorry for the slow movement on this, I have been moving, on vacation, and then starting a new job and it has left my days quite full for some time now. Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler General 2.2.11 [Chernobyl] (Requires CraftBukkit 818-860+ & Permissions 2.x or 3) Downloads: Jar OnlyZip File (Contains items.db, general.help, general.motd, config.yml)SourceOld This fork of General provides basic commands while allowing other plugins to override them automatically. If another plugin registers a command, General will not use it. This allows you to replace only specific features with a different plugin simply by adding the other plugin as well. General will notify you at start-up when it gives a command to another plugin. General is a fork of Nijikokun's original General plugin, without which, this plugin would never have been possible. Features: Hide Features: Features: Commands:1. /afk | away (message) -- Set you AFK or set your AFK status.2. /playerlist | online | who (player) -- List players or info about a player.3. /spawn -- Return to spawn.4. /setspawn -- Change spawn to current location.5. /time help -- Provides more info about changing the time.6. /tp | teleport -- Teleport players or to a player. Type /tp for more info.7. /tphere | s (player) -- Teleports a player to you.8. /i | give | item [item ID | name in items.db] (amount) -- Gives an item by name or ID#.9. /msg | tell [player] [message] -- Send a message to another online user.10. /compass -- Direction reading.11. /getpos -- Detailed location information.12. /motd -- Re-display the MOTD.13. /reloaditems | rlidb -- Reload items.db.14. /help | ? (page) -- Prints help file.Permission Nodes:1. general.items: Controls /i, /give, /item 2. general.spawn: Controls ability to use /spawn 3. general.spawn.set: Controls ability to use /setspawn 4. general.teleport: Controls ability to use /tp, /teleport 5. general.teleport.here: Controls ability to use /tphere, /summon 6. general.teleport.to: Controls ability to use /tp * [destination]7. general.teleport.silent: Prevents notifications when teleporting. 8. general.time: Controls ability to use /time 9. general.player-info: Controls ability to use /playerlist, /online, /who 10. general.reloaditems: Controls ability to use /reloaditems, /rlidb MOTD:Functions Available:+dname | +dPlayer display name.+name | +nPlayer name.+location | +lPlayer location.+health | +hPlayer health.+balancePlayer iConomy balance.+ipPlayer IP address.+online# of online users.Color Codes (Put either '&' or '§' in front of the color code):0: Black1: Dark Blue2: Dark Green3: Teal4: Dark Red5: Purple6: Gold7: Light Grey8: Dark Gray9: Light Bluea: Light Greenb: Turquoisec: Light Redd: Pinke: Yellowf: WhiteConfig Files:items.db -- Goes in the root directory with your server.properties. On most setups, this will be the same folder as the CraftBukkit jar. If you are using MineOS, this is the 'one' 'two' or 'three' folder. A template for this file, and the other config files, is available in the ".zip" download.general.help -- Contains general's help information.general.motd -- Contains the Message of the Day. Leave blank for no message.config.yml -- Allows you to change playerlist settings. Change Log: Hide Change Log: Change Log: Version 2.2.11 - Proper isCancelled checks. Version 2.2.10 - Fixed case-sensitivity issue with dynamic commands Version 2.2.9 - Built against Permissions 3 - Added support for 1.6 items Version 2.2.8 - iConomy 5 support. Version 2.2.7 - Added silence support to primary teleport case. Version 2.2.6 - Added general.teleport.silent Permission node. Version 2.2.5 - Updated items.db in zip file- Added sapling variants- Added TP messages- Added check for command aliases that conflict with General Version 2.2.4 - Updated for 594+- Added dependency to plugin.yml- Fixed command checking for plugins loading before General. Version 220.127.116.11 - Fixed Permissions loading- Changed iConomy loading method Version 2.2.3 - Changed Permissions loading method.- Added 'general.teleport.to' permission node.- Fixed error when using /who for an offline or nonexistent player.- Updated example items.db to demonstrate 'damage' attributes, as mentioned (and implemented?) by Celtic Minstrel. Version 2.2.2 - Properly cancelled events that actually happen. Version 2.2.1 - Changed the way General checks other plugins for commands. Version 2.2 - Code Refactoring- Uses new method to set spawn- Eliminates direct access to CraftBukkit Version 18.104.22.168 - Fixed loop when permissions not present. - Other small fixes and optimizations that I don't remember - Old code cleanup - Actually uploaded to github Version 2.1.2 - Actually fixed iConomy (4.0) support. - Fixed MOTD not appearing from some version Version 22.214.171.124 - Added support for 454+- No longer throws NPE if config isn't present Version 126.96.36.199 - Fixed setspawn- Fixed iConomy 3.0 iirc. Version 2.1.1 - Added Permissions 2.1 support. Version 188.8.131.52 - By Tatsu-Kan - Added Beta 1.3 items. Version 184.108.40.206 - First release of "Unofficial General"- Built for build 432+ Version 2.1 and Earlier are by Nijikokun with contributions from Celtic Minstrel, verrier, OniTux, and others? Celtic Minstrel has also created a fork of General. I will use it myself and stop updating this once Bukkit provides any interface for overriding other plugins. One method of achieving this is currently a low priority issue for the Bukkit team.