Trust Api

HuskClaims provides API for trusting users in claims and registering trust tags.

Table of Contents

1. Getting the list of trust levels

  • You can get a list of registered trust levels using HuskClaimsAPI#getTrustLevels().
  • Within the TrustLevel object, you can get the various privileges and their associated TrustLevel.Privileges using #getPrivileges(), and allowed OperationTypes using #getFlags().
Example — Getting the list of TrustLevels
void showTrustLevels(org.bukkit.command.CommandSender sender) {
    sender.sendMessage("Registered trust levels: " + huskClaims.getTrustLevels().stream()
            .map(TrustLevel::getName).collect(Collectors.joining(", ")));
}

2. Getting UserGroups

  • You can get a list of a user's created UserGroups using HuskClaimsAPI#getUserGroups(User user).
  • You can get a UserGroup by name using HuskClaimsAPI#getUserGroupByName(User owner, String name).
Example — Getting a user's created User Groups
void showUserGroups(org.bukkit.Player player) {
  final OnlineUser user = huskClaims.getOnlineUser(player);
  player.sendMessage("Registered user groups for " + user.getName() + ": " + huskClaims.getUserGroups(user).stream()
            .map(UserGroup::getName).collect(Collectors.joining(", ")));
}

3. Trusting Trustables in a claim

  • You can use the HuskClaimsAPI#setTrustLevel(Claim claim, ClaimWorld claimWorld, Trustable trustable, TrustLevel trustLevel) method to set a user's trust level in a claim.
    • Check the Claims API documentation for getting a Claim and ClaimWorld from a Position
    • Also check the Claims API page for getting a user's trust level in any given claim.
  • Valid Trustables include a User (or extending classes, such as an OnlineUser), a TrustTag, or a UserGroup.
Example — Trusting a user in a claim
void trustUserInClaim(Claim claim, ClaimWorld claimWorld, User user) {
    huskClaims.setTrustLevel(claim, claimWorld, user, TrustLevel.BUILD);
}

4. TrustTags

  • A TrustTag is a tag that can be trusted on claims that represents a set of Users.
  • HuskClaims provides a TrustTag abstract class which you can extend to create your own trust tag, which you can then provide via the HuskClaimsAPI#registerTrustTag(TrustTag) method.
  • Users can then trust users in your tag on claims using the relevant trust command, followed by your #(tag).
  • You can check which trust tags are registered in-game in the /huskclaims status menu.

4.1 Getting TrustTags

  • You can get a list of registered trust tags using HuskClaimsAPI#getTrustTags().
  • You can get a TrustTag by name using HuskClaimsAPI#getTrustTagByName(String name).
    • For example, use #getTrustTagByName("public") to get the built-in PublicTrustTag which you can use to grant public trust on a Claim.
Example — Getting the list of registered TrustTags
void showTrustTags(org.bukkit.command.CommandSender sender) {
    sender.sendMessage("Registered trust tags: " + huskClaims.getTrustTags().stream()
            .map(TrustTag::getName).collect(Collectors.joining(", ")));
}

4.2 Extending the TrustTag class

Note:
Check the built-in LuckPermsTrustTag class for an example of a trust tag implementation.
  • TrustTag is a simple abstract class. In the constructor, you must pass a tag name and description, and you must implement one method: boolean includes(@NotNull User trustable);
    • This method should return true if the supplied User is included in the tag, and false otherwise.
    • Tag names should not contain spaces or non-alphanumeric (a-z, A-Z, 0-9) characters!
  • Additionally, you may override the boolean canUse(@NotNull User user); method to return true if the supplied User is allowed to trust others with the tag, or false otherwise (e.g. to restrict the tag behind a permission node).
Example Trust Tag
public class MyTrustTag extends TrustTag {
    
    public TrustTag() {
        // Name / description
        super("mytag", "Grants access to upside-down people.");
    }
    
    @Override
    public boolean includes(@NotNull User trustable) {
        // Return true if the supplied user is included in the tag, false otherwise
        return user.getName().equals("Dinnerbone") || user.getName().equals("Grumm"); // Include Dinnerbone or Grumm!
    }

    @Override
    public boolean canUse(@NotNull User user) {
        // Return true if the supplied user is allowed to trust others with the tag, false otherwise
        return true; // Let everyone trust others with this tag in their claims
    }

}

4.3 Registering your TrustTag

You can register your trust tag by calling HuskClaimsAPI#registerTrustTag(TrustTag) with your created trust tag instance.

void onEnable() {
    huskClaims.registerTrustTag(new MyTrustTag());
}

And users will be able to use /(trust_level_command) #mytag to trust the tag in their claims!