StopWatch - Doesn't really stops the time
StopWatch adds a simple to use stopwatch to Minecraft.
You want to know, how long it takes to flatten a hill? For how much time you have to pay your guest workers?
But you are weak at mental arithmetic? Or prefer to play in fullscreen mode and don't have a clock at your table? Then StopWatch could be an option.
Every player has up to 6 stopwatches with selectable names.
If you are in hurry and dont want to type a name, leave if blank, and the name default will be used.
Each stopwatch can be startet and stoppen separately.
The data won't be get lost at disconnect, they are available until server shutdown.
There is a command to list all own stopwatches, if you forgot the names.
|/sw start <name>
||Starts a stopwatch, if no name is stated, default will be used.
|/sw stop <name>
||Stops a stopwatch. Again, no name means default.
|/sw read <name>
||Reads the time at a running or stopped stopwatch, no name still means default
||Lists all running or stopped stopwatches with current time
||Shows help page
Source code is included
StopWatch v0.1b (Mar. 07, 2011)
Works with CraftBukkit 493
- Removed TSLPC
- Fixed commands to work after Craftbukkit #454
StopWatch v0.1 (Feb. 08, 2011)
Requires Bukkit 271
Multiple start/stops with one command