Pride is a suite of lightweight tools that help everyone on a Minecraft server. Built using the latest Fabric API and targeting the latest Minecraft snapshot, the core mod,
pride.jar, only need to be installed on the server. Unlike most modpacks and tools, Pride lets you keep track of each other without the use of any dependancies (besides Fabric itself), and should not significantly alter the vanilla experience. Although relatively simple in its design, this plugin aims to be really useful and offer a nice supplement to the built-in navigation features of Minecraft.
In addition to
pride.jar, it is highly recommended that server runners use the Pride webapp, which allows for easy management of all features of Pride, and some added bonuses – such as adding multiple screenshots to create a blog-like website which can be easily saved and exported to external publishing.
Finally, some legacy users of Pride will need to convert from the old YAML formats to the new NBT format. There have been 3 substantially different formats in the history of Pride, each essential for powering the webapp and all
0.4.x and beyond features. To convert from the old formats to the new formats, use 🐯 tigon and provide
?json in the URL bar to switch versions.
/between <name_1>, <name_2>
Pride is most useful when paired with its simple webapp, designed to be ran locally on your computer.
If your server can be accessed with FTP, drop the
password in a
.env file in the root
When launched using
npm start (make sure to run
npm install beforehand), the webapp will download the
/plugins/pride/config.yml automatically and use it along with its own local JSON file to power the website.
Julian Weiss & Anna Raykovska email@example.com github.com/insanj
See LICENSE. (c) 2019 Julian Weiss.