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This mod allows you to make simple portals that can transport you between locations. You make them by making a border around a 2x1 space with obsidian and a wooden or iron door. You will require 6 obsidian, a door, and a redstone torch.
A visual example is shown on this youtube video by MinecraftZero: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H4JjwDvLMU
It should look like this from above:
o oRo o: stack of 2 obsidian on ground; d: door. d R: a redstone torch
If you are successful, the game will tell you that you have created a portal, and the inside will fill with water. (This would be the nether portal texture, but Minecraft did not like that idea.)
Simply drop TravelPortals.jar into your plugins folder, restart the server, and you should be set to go! (Get the jar on http://dev.bukkit.org/projects/travelportals/)
If you want to configure the plugin or use permissions, you will need to set these things up. See the next two sections for details on how to do this.
This plugin now supports configuration options. They are in the standard config.yml format. The options are explained in the file, and it is found in the TravelPortals folder within the plugins folder. All of the options are explained in the comments, which are the lines that begin with a # symbol.
Using this plugin is fairly simple, and works from the /portal command. The usage of this command is explained in-game by typing /portal help. Instruct users to use this command using whatever help system you have in place.
This plugin now supports Bukkit permissions on an optional basis. By default, it is turned off. To turn it on, you need to change a configuration option for it. See the section on configuration for that. The options for it are as follows:
Note: These permissions have changed with version 2.0. The default permissions limit the user to modifying their own created portals. If the user does not own a portal, this user will need an admin permission (see below) to modify said portal.
The plugin also has some admin-only stuff, which can be limited using the travelportals.admin permission nodes. In addition, users with admin permissions to commands will be able to use these commands on any portals; not just ones that they own.
Finally, some default groups have been implemented to make life easier:
If you have problems setting up the plugin then use the comments on the project page on BukkitDev.
If you want to report a bug or suggest an enhancement then you should open an issue.
Someone will try to get back to you as soon as is reasonably possible.
The latest version of this will always be available at https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/travelportals.
Development builds of the current code state can also be found at https://ci.minebench.de/job/TravelPortals/
TravelPortals uses Maven to handle dependencies and can be build with it.
To use it you need Maven 3.3.x and then run
mvn clean package. Most modern IDEs already have support for maven projects.