[QGIS-Developer] plugin reload fail
delazj at gmail.com
Sat Oct 13 03:15:28 PDT 2018
How about reloading with the "Plugin reloader" plugin ? You might need
to enable "show experimental plugins" beforehand.
I thik this would save QGIS I/O.
Le sam. 13 oct. 2018 à 10:14, Richard Duivenvoorde <rdmailings at duif.net> a
> On 10/12/2018 06:20 PM, Ing. Pierluigi De Rosa wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > I have a simple problem.
> > I'm porting the opeNoise plugin  to 3.x
> > I'm not the author plugin but I'm experiencing that the plugin reload
> > fails. It tels me that the plugin have been reloaded but the changes are
> > non applied. Even if I deactivate and than activate the plugin the same
> > results (no changes detected).
> > The only way is to restart the software any time losing too much time.
> How sure are you that it is not reloaded?
> Can you check by writing some message with a version number?
> Normally writing the
> should be enough. Only thing I could think off is that you do not
> disconnect the QActions (though I'm not even sure if that is really
> Also note that if you reload your plugin AFTER an exception, often you
> end up with a situation where QGIS still has (parts) of the plugin in
> memory while also loading a new version of your plugin, so sometimes
> showing 2 versions of your pluginbutton/toolbar etc. I think only a QGIS
> restart works then.
> Another think I've had is that mixing up an already installed version
> with the one I'm developing (because the symbolic link was gone, or I
> was actually working in another profile then I thought or.... other
> silly things)
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