[Qgis-user] plugin installer missing in qgis 1.0 (ubuntu hardy
Agustin.Lobo at ija.csic.es
Sun Jan 4 17:54:05 EST 2009
True again, thanks. I should have remembered this as I had the same problem
in previous upgrades!
Perhaps the download page should include a notice telling users
to remove or rename their ~/.qgis/python/plugins directory.
Also, while the masking behaviour is probably appropriate, including
a message in the Plugin manager reminding the user that the masking is
actually taking place would be very useful. I.e., replacing
"Plugin Installer (Version 0.06.2) [incompatible]"
"Plugin Installer Masked by Version 0.06.2 [incompatible] in your
or something like that,
Borys Jurgiel wrote:
> On niedziela 04 styczeń 2009 18:34:54 Agustin Lobo wrote:
>> True, I was missing a click on the python-qgis package in Synaptic.
>> Anyway, the problem I have now after installing python-qgis 1.0.0.~hardy
>> is that
>> the plugin manager states that "Plugin Installer (Version 0.06.2)
>> and cannot select it. (Note that I selected "complete removal" of the
>> packages in Synaptic before the new install). I see that the
>> *.pyc files in /usr/share/qgis/python/plugins/plugin_installer
>> have date as of 2009-01-04
>> but the *.py files are dated 2008-12-23
> The plugin installer in /usr/share/qgis is 0.9.8, but is masked by an old and
> incompatible version (0.06.2) placed in ~/.qgis/python/plugins/ - just remove
> the plugin_installer directory from there.
> Unfortunately a plugin in your home directory always masks its instance placed
> in the /usr location regardless of the versions. I'll think how to improve
> this behaviour.
Dr. Agustin Lobo
Institut de Ciencies de la Terra "Jaume Almera" (CSIC)
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