[Qgis-user] Move python plugin to a network directory
aperi2007 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 18:33:39 EDT 2011
>I am looking after a simple method to deploy some custom python plugins on several servers inside our company network.
>As I understand it, today we have 3 solutions:
> 1- copy the plugins in C:\Program Files\Quantum GIS Wroclaw\apps\qgis\python\plugins of each server. We need to disturb our admin sys for this.
> 2- copy the plugins in each personnal user directory of these server: I prefer the first method... and my admin sys too
> 3- create a repository and let the users install and update plugins themselves.. They won't do the job I'm afraid.
>Ideally, we would like to put the plugins on a single shared network directory. Is there a way to have qgis look in it? No symbolic link on windows xp as far as I know.
>Can we use the searchPathsForPlugins registry key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\QuantumGIS\QGIS\Plugins] for this ? We tried some unsuccessful tests with it.
you could start qgis using the option --configpath to search all config (and
plugins) on the network folder.
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