[INFO/MISC]OnlineTime v1.1.0 - Player Monitoring Plugin [1000]

Discussion in 'Inactive/Unsupported Plugins' started by Kajiakuma, Jul 23, 2011.

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    OnlineTime - Player Monitoring
    Version: 1.1.0
    CraftBukkit: 1000
    Download: <Edit by Moderator: Redacted mediafire url>
    All Versions: <Edit by Moderator: Redacted mediafire url>

    OnlineTime is a player monitoring plugin wich gives you information about every player logged in after aktivating this plugin. It shows you things like login time or ingame playtime. Next update will include a new command wich send a list of all logged players.

    This is my first plugin. If you find any bugs or errors please let me know. If you have any ideas about new features let me also know. Please change the Mysql settings if you want to use Mysql. You have to set mysql to true by command, or config.yml will be used for storage instead.

    Upgrade from 1.0.2: You have to change your timestamps stored in config.yml like this:
    from: 2011-07-27T21:17:11.595z
    to: '2011-07-27 21:17:11.595'
    Entries wich begin like '&001' create ingame errors. Delete those '&001'.

    Upgrade from lower than 1.0.2: Please delete config.yml, Mysql Tables "Online" and "Playtime".

    <font color="rgb(255, 0, 0)">Mysql is NOT required to run this Plugin!</font>

    * Shows First Login Timestamp
    * Shows last Login Timestamp
    * Mysql Support
    * Shows complete playtime
    * Shows playtime for last session

    * Output player with most playtime ever #priority: low
    * Output list of all logged players #status: test phase
    * Add PermissionsBukkit Support #priority: high
    * feature to search for certain amount of time #priority: medium


    Version 1.1.0:
    * added playtime logging
    * removed config storage issue

    Version 1.0.2:
    * changed time storage and output format

    Version 1.0.1:
    * Added Mysql Support
    * removes some Filestorage Bugs

    Version 1.0:

    * initial release

    Known Bugs:

    * Minecraft returns the command "/onlinetime" after executing a command successfully
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    Ok I'm seeing the table error as well - the mysql config is correct but every time we reboot the server it simply reports that the table doesn't exist. Your comments above indicate that it should auto-create the table but that isn't happening. Any info?
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    Is there any way you can add notifications? Like "CementSandwich has been playing for 3 days!"

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