The OpenTerrainGenerator.ini Config File Edit
Located in the OpenTerrainGenerator/worlds folder, this ini file has control over global variables that affect all installed worlds and contains logging and debug settings.
File Contents and Explanation Edit
Settings Mode Edit
Biome and Custom Object config files by default contain help comments. Settings mode determines how the config files will be treated. The possible write modes are:
|WriteAll||Write config files with help comments|
|WriteWithoutComments||Write config files without help comments|
|WriteDisable||Doesn't write to the config files, it only reads. Doesn't auto-update the configs. Use with care!|
|Defaults to SettingsMode: WriteAll|
This is the level with which logs will be produced in the minecraft log files. Possible log levels:
|Bare logging||This will only show FATAL and ERROR logs|
|Quiet||Minimal logging; This will show FATAL, ERROR, and WARN logs|
|Standard||Default logging; This is exactly what you are used to. Quiet + INFO logs|
|Debug||Above Normal logging; Standard logs + DEBUG logs|
|Trace||Verbose logging; This gets very messy, Debug logs + TRACE logs|
|Defaults to LogLevel: Standard|
Shows detailed information about mob and BO3 spawning in the minecraft log files. Useful for TC world devs when set to true.
|True||Logs detailed information about mob and BO3 spawning|
|False||No logging of mob and Bo3 spawning|
|Defaults to: SpawnLog: false|
Governs the speed of the built in world pregenerator. The number of chunks the pre-generator is allowed to generate for each server tick. Higher numbers make pre-generation faster but increase memory usage. Recommended 1 - 3.
|Defaults to: PregeneratorMaxChunksPerTick: 2|
Progress is logged in the server console.