Selery is a server for Minecraft (Bedrock Engine) 1.2 and Minecraft: Java Edition 1.10-1.12 written in D.
From a pre-built package
Pre-built packages are compiled with the latest version of LDC in release mode and can be found in the releases page.
curl -Ls https://goo.gl/5kfhJG | bash
To build Selery from source you'll need a D compiler (DMD for faster compilation, suitable for testing, or LDC for faster and better code, better for production) and DUB, D's package manager, which is usually included in both DMD and LDC's packages.
Packages and installers are available for several operating systems and architectures at dlang.org's download page.
- Clone the repository using
git clone git://github.com/sel-project/seleryor download the zipped repository from the latest release.
- If you want to use the latest release run
git checkout $(git describe --tags --abbrev=0)in the repository's location.
- Build by running
build.baton Windows or
build.shon Linux/OS X.
- Run the generated executable file.
All in one:
git clone git://github.com/sel-project/selery cd selery ./build.sh
The build scripts supports some useful options that can be viewed by launching it with
-a x86_mscoff) instead of DMD's. This action is performed automatically by the build script.
|OS||Arch||DMD (debug)||LDC (debug)||LDC (release)|
Selery's configuration file is created when the server is started in the same path as the executable.
It is named
selery.toml for the default configuration,
selery.hub.toml for the hub and
selery.node.toml for the node.
Every option can also be overriden by a command-line option without altering the configuration file.
selery --display-name="My Minecraft Server" selery --java-enabled=false selery --language=it selery --command-me=false selery --bedrock-accepted-protocols=160 selery --java-addresses=0.0.0.0:25565,192.168.1.216:8129
More useful command-line options:
-ato print the software's build informations in JSON format. The
--minoption can be used to print a minified JSON instead of a pretty-printed one.
-ito initialize the configuration file.
-ucto rewrite the configuration file, maintaining the current configuration. It should be used after updating the software to a newer version that changes the configuration format.
--resetto reset the whole configuration file to its default values.