It's a plugin for a Spigot Minecraft server to log the time players spend on the server and returns it to them.
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README.md

PlayTime

It's a plugin for a Spigot Minecraft server to log the time players spend on the server and returns it to them.

Features

  • Simple usage
  • No external DB needed
  • No config
  • Plug and Play
  • Written in Kotlin

Commands

uptime shows the current up time of the server. It's inspired by the linux tool returning the systems up time in DD:HH:MM format.

playtime shows the total play time on the server (Format DD:HH:MM)