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Posted by frymaster on Fri 19th Apr 21:19 (modification of post by frymaster view diff)
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  1. #Definition and permissions for the groups
  2.  
  3. #First, the meta-groups
  4. #These cannot be removed, and you can't define their membership
  5. #Everyone is in "all", and all ops are in "op"
  6. #Priority determines what order permissions are evaluated in
  7. #Lower numbers are evaluated first.  Whichever group gets the last word, wins
  8. #It probably makes sense to give the meta-groups low priority, so your more specific
  9. #groups can override
  10. #If two groups have the same priority behaviour is NOT guaranteed
  11. #If a priority is not specified, 0 will be used
  12. all:
  13.   permissions:
  14.   priority: 50
  15.  
  16. ops:
  17.   permissions:
  18.   priority: 60
  19.  
  20. #Use "inherit" to include permissions other groups.
  21. #If you inherit from multiple groups, permissions from them are applied in priotity order
  22. #Set "default: true" to make a default group
  23. #Users are considered members of a default group if they are members of the group
  24. #OR if they are not explicit members of any group
  25. #file sets the filename to use for storing memberships.  You don't need this if
  26. #  the group is only used for defaults or inheriting
  27. #Examples:
  28.  
  29. guests:
  30.   default: true
  31.   priority: 100
  32.   permissions:
  33.     - -someProtectionPlugin.build
  34.  
  35.    
  36. # Possible per-world permissions spec. This allows two ways of defining them
  37. # Firstly, you can define world-specific permission nodes (as per negating the someTeleportPlugin.tp permission below)
  38. # Secondly, you can specify a list of worlds this permission group applies to
  39. # If this list is non-zero, the someone will _ONLY_ be considered a member of the group when in the specified worlds
  40.    
  41. members:
  42.   priority: 110
  43.   file: members.txt
  44.   permissions:
  45.     - someTeleportPlugin.tp
  46.     - -somePlugin.modPermission
  47.     - specificWorldOne:
  48.       - -someTeleportPlugin.tp
  49.   applyTo:
  50.     - specificWorldOne
  51.     - specificWorldTwo
  52.    
  53. mods:
  54.   priority: 120
  55.   file: mods.txt
  56.   inherit:
  57.     - members
  58.   permissions:
  59.     - bukkit.command.kick
  60.     - somePlugin.modPermission

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