where to put plugins, externals, under linux

Mark Wieder mwieder at ahsoftware.net
Tue Jan 27 12:23:27 EST 2009


Malte-

Monday, January 26, 2009, 2:37:09 PM, you wrote:

> revenvironmentuserpluginspath() appears to be /home/user/My Revolution
> enterprise/Plugins under UBUNTU.

Note also that you can change this in the rev preferences panel under
"Files and Memory | User Extensions". And that you have to create the
folder yourself - it's not automatic. I have my Ubuntu prefs set to
"/home/mwieder/revolution".

Andre- I'm assuming this is for your own use and you're not attempting
to roll this into a distribution package. If you're trying to come up
with a generic solution for this and you can work within the IDE, then
you can just use what revenvironmentuserpluginspath() returns. I have
yet to find a solution for figuring out what the user has selected if
I'm creating a standalone app. I'm not sure there's any generic way of
finding this out.

Secret decoder ring special: if you use glx2, you can copy the stack
into your user plugins folder and it will work, although it's not
officially supported.

-- 
-Mark Wieder
 mwieder at ahsoftware.net




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