kgschlosser wrote:I do have a question though. have you put any thought into just running the plugins directly from the .egplugin file and having python add the .pyc files to the zip. or a temp directory
Yes, but every plugin can be exported to .egplugin (even with latest 0.4).dequi wrote:making some headway on a plugin database from all plugins on the forum viewtopic.php?f=5&t=7382&p=43567#p43567
so if I get it correctly the plugin manager will use only the .egplugin version of the plugin (there are not many out there)
Yes, that's the way i thought of. I even found an interesting extension for phpBB: A download addon with sections, new files for download can/must be approved and even automatic thread creation for issues/support. (see it in action)dequi wrote:
The manager will then use this database to serve the .egplugin files to the eventghost clients?
- sign in as a plugin developer or register
- manage your plugins or upload a new .egplugin
- info gets extracted from the .egplugin into a database
If possible, yes, why not. IMO would be plus for the user experience.dequi wrote:should it be possible for users to browse this plugin database like: plugins.eventghost.net? just like the google play store with a link : "click here to install this plugin"?
With latest 0.5 EG doesn't need to be running, just choose "open with...".dequi wrote:if you choose download and open it shows the install plugin dialog box (if you have eventghost installed and have it running)
me too (can be added to info.py in new betas [but needs to be filled by authors])dequi wrote:in the .egplugin file you don't have any reference to where the source is located, I'd like that in the list
In the info.py there should be kind=.dequi wrote:no indication of what type the plugin is: program;external;remote;other
topix wrote:With latest 0.5 EG doesn't need to be running, just choose "open with...".
topix wrote:me too (can be added to info.py in new betas [but needs to be filled by authors])
topix wrote:In the info.py there should be kind
Uh, ok, only using Firefox, so didn't noticed that.dequi wrote:... it' very much browser dependent
No need to check again. It's not in there, only in my version. Sorry, my fault.dequi wrote:have not seen it, checked multiple by hand. I'll check again tomorrow.
I will look into that, but it has to wait a few days (could be a week).dequi wrote:that would be nice. also try to separate the description and the help text.
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