A cross-platform, Spigot plugin manager that adheres to Unix philosophy and conventions.

Work in progress.


Python 3.8 or later is required

Install with python -m pip install spud-mc

Run spud -h to see all the options.

Example usages

  • Install a plugin: spud install PluginName
  • Install a plugin without prompting for input: spud -n install PluginName
  • Update all plugins in the working directory: spud update
  • Update all plugins in ~/server/plugins: spud -d ~/server/plugins update
  • Update plugin myplugin.jar: spud update myplugin.jar or spud update myplugin

Known Issues

  • Some resources have lots of filler in the title. e.g. [1.8-1.17] ยท PluginName | ๐Ÿ˜ƒ ๐Ÿ˜ƒ ๐Ÿ˜ƒ | Epic Gaming Moments. Spud tries its best to extract the plugin name, but it will fail if there is copious amounts of garbage in the title
  • Spud can't update plugins it has not installed. Make sure to install the plugin with Spud first, so it can save a metadata file to the jar.
  • Spud can't install resources not listed on https://spigotmc.org