Nuka1195's repository for unofficial plugins and scripts with the SVN Repo Installer - Printable Version
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- Nuka1195 - 2008-03-14 03:40
multipath = more than one path?
add <path>plugin://programs/</path> and the installer, if it's installed will be listed in your programs.
- TheBoxMan - 2008-05-04 10:46
It looks like there's not much uptake for this idea. Which is a real shame as it's an excellent idea. Are developers aware the SVN plugin exists? Possibly it could be the hastle of actually learning how to upload/submit their work there?
I'd love to see all the plugins installable through this method....
Perhaps we should pro-actively message those who've coded the plugins requesting permission for the add?
hmm perhaps we should even say we're adding it in so long and if they don't wish that please get in touch with us at any time? (given most plugins are released as open source that *should* be fine if more than a little cheaky).
- Jeroen - 2008-05-04 11:05
TheBoxMan Wrote:It looks like there's not much uptake for this idea. Which is a real shame as it's an excellent idea. Are developers aware the SVN plugin exists? Possibly it could be the hastle of actually learning how to upload/submit their work there?
The potential of this plugin is great, and I would make use of it very often if there would be something to get.
I was wondering why this plugin doesn't just use the skin and scripts repository in the already available SVN? Would this be considered bad ethics or something? They're all open source right? And I assume a script or plugin developer likes to see his creation used.
I say go for it and just add it
- TheBoxMan - 2008-05-05 23:35
Jeroen Wrote:The potential of this plugin is great, and I would make use of it very often if there would be something to get.
It's all or mostly all open source. I suspect its simply courtesy that's getting in the way. I do think we should definately encourage developers to add their plugins to this SVN. It'll would be a great resource for the community (not to mention save us all FTPing every update accross - which while extremely easy is more hastle!).
- Voinage - 2008-05-05 23:44
If anyone wants to add my plugins to the SVN, that`s fine.
I think a full collection of all the plugins is a good idea, for neatness and efficiency.
Thanks , Voinage.
- TheBoxMan - 2008-05-19 16:39
Voinage Wrote:If anyone wants to add my plugins to the SVN, that`s fine.
I'll try to get this done after my exams, well asuming no1 else does it in the interim.
Although once it's done it would probably be easier to use SVN for all new plugins straight away - that way we know people are downloading the latest version, and we won't need to upload 2 and 3 places.
This idea has a lot of potential.
- nate12o6 - 2008-05-21 17:02
Is it possible to link to the svn directly from xbmc? That would be pretty sweet.
- Gamester17 - 2008-05-21 17:50
Voinage Wrote:If anyone wants to add my plugins to the SVN, that`s fine.PM Nuka1195, he will be able to give you access so that you can upload and update them yourself.
- blittan - 2008-05-21 23:54
Voinage added to the svn!
- nicoli_k - 2008-05-28 06:56
I can't wait until Voinage's plugins make it to the SVN. It'll be so much easier than searching through the forums for his latest and greatest.
Keep up the great work. It's highly appreciated.