Potion effect arguments

The PotionEffectArgument class represents Minecraft potion effects. When used, this argument is casted to Bukkit's PotionEffectType class.

Example - Giving a player a potion effect

Say we wanted to have a command that gives a player a potion effect. For this command, we'll use the following structure:

/potion <target> <potion> <duration> <strength>

In this example, we utilize some of the other arguments that we've described earlier, such as the PlayerArgument and TimeArgument. Since duration for the PotionEffect constructor is in ticks, this is perfectly fit for the TimeArgument, which is represented in ticks.

//Declare our arguments
LinkedHashMap<String, Argument> arguments = new LinkedHashMap<>();
arguments.put("target", new PlayerArgument());
arguments.put("potion", new PotionEffectArgument());
arguments.put("duration", new TimeArgument());
arguments.put("strength", new IntegerArgument());

new CommandAPICommand("potion")
    .executes((sender, args) -> {
        Player target = (Player) args[0];
        PotionEffectType potion = (PotionEffectType) args[1];
        int duration = (int) args[2];
        int strength = (int) args[3];
        //Add the potion effect to the target player
        target.addPotionEffect(new PotionEffect(potion, duration, strength));