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This is the documentation center for a number of plugins for Minecraft. Join us in IRC if you're still having trouble.


Project Documentation status Description
CommandBook Icon.png CommandBook Mostly complete CommandBook is a plugin for general commands for Bukkit. It provides:
  • A number of basic commands such as /time and /teleport
  • Basic features such as message of the day
  • Warps and homes support
  • A simple bans management system
CraftBook Icon.png CraftBook Mostly complete. CraftBook is one of Minecraft's first ever game mods, and as a Minecraft SMP addon, it adds:
  • Interactive mechanisms like bridges, elevators, and gates.
  • Redstone features such as integrated circuits and programmable logic chips.
  • Minecart enhancements such as stations and boosters.
WorldGuard Icon.png WorldGuard Mostly complete, lacking API documentation WorldGuard is a toolbox of various functions, useful for multiplayer servers, that lets you:
  • Protect your server from a number of problems.
  • Block fire spread, lava spread, endermen, and more.
  • Flag areas as "no PVP" or "no TNT."
  • Assign ownership to areas so only selected individuals can build.
  • Use a number of useful commands.
WorldEdit Icon.png WorldEdit Mostly complete, missing some commands WorldEdit is an easy-to-use in-game world editor for Minecraft, supporting both single player and multiplayer, that lets you:
  • Change thousands of blocks in an area at once.
  • Remove chunks of land as you wish.
  • Sculpt the world and build mountains with brushes.
  • Fix annoyances such as broken water.
CommandHelper Icon.png CommandHelper Complete CommandHelper is an alias, macro, and scripting plugin for Minecraft that lets you:
  • Alias commands like /battle to run /warp #battlearena.
  • Write a script to let players message each other while offline.
  • Create an automated battle arena that automatically resets.
  • Write your own /tp, /time, or /warp
  • Do much more, from the simple to the complex, with zero Java code.

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