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Supported Minecraft Versions
  1. 1.15
  2. 1.16
  3. 1.17
  4. 1.18
  5. 1.19
BeeDB is discontinued. No support is given for users.

What is BeeDB?
BeeDB is a database for Skript that uses NBT data. If you didn't know, NBT is how Minecraft stores data. The playerdata folder also uses NBT data.

How do I use BeeDB?
BeeDB is very easy to use. All you have to do is rename your variables to start with bee.db::%uuid% and BeeDB will handle data saving and loading for you.
set {bee.db::%player's uuid%::rank} to "admin"
add 1 to {bee.db::%player's uuid%::kills}
If you don't like the bee.db prefix, you can change it in the config inside.
All data is saved inside "plugins/Skript/scripts/BeeDB". You can read the data by using NBT Explorer, using a VSC addon and lots of other ways.

Pros of BeeDB
- Very easy to use
- Better than variables.csv (performance and size-wise)
- Lightweight
- Data file can be edited unlike vanilla Skript where it is not recommended.

Cons of BeeDB
- Data isn't available when it is not loaded, meaning you can't make stuff like leaderboards.
- Might break with non-NBT types.
- You can't have a value and a list at the same time. For example:
set {bee.db::%player's uuid%::a} to "b"
set {bee.db::%player's uuid%::a::*} to 1, 2 and 3
Using this code, the "b" value would be deleted when the data is saved.
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Latest updates

  1. 1.0.3

    - Delete variables on quit, I thought I already did it :/
  2. 1.0.2

    - Another bug fix, hopefully the last one.
  3. 1.0.1

    - Fixed a bug where variables are not mapped correctly.