Possible to install plugin via command line ?

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Possible to install plugin via command line ?

Post by *majkinetor ! » 2018-05-21, 08:34 UTC

I want to create unattended installer for some of the plugins I use most often as a chocolatey package.

Is there some way to replicate what happens when entering plugin archive via command line ?

If not TC itself, does some other tool or plugin manager exists that allows this.

Thx.
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Re: Possible to install plugin via command line ?

Post by *nsp » 2018-05-21, 10:34 UTC

majkinetor ! wrote:I want to create unattended installer for some of the plugins I use most often as a chocolatey package.

Is there some way to replicate what happens when entering plugin archive via command line ?

If not TC itself, does some other tool or plugin manager exists that allows this.

Thx.
If you can use tc_plugin_manager, by default when it is launched with a zip/rar that contain a plugin as parameter it install it (with popup dialog)... you can give a look on the code to see if you have a way to bypass it or automate with AHK.

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Google is giving a Red Alert page to totalcmd.net.
It looks serious.
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Re: BLOCKED!

Post by *Horst.Epp » 2018-06-25, 11:54 UTC

Phred wrote:Google is giving a Red Alert page to totalcmd.net.
It looks serious.
Anyone know what's happening?
Not confirmed.
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Even with this combination there are no warnings
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Post by *Stefan2 » 2018-06-25, 13:27 UTC

majkinetor ! wrote:I want to create unattended installer for some of the plugins I use most often as a chocolatey package.
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Installing a plugin is as easy as copying some files and write a line to wincmd.ini
So one can monitor the installing process of an plugin and recreate that "by hand" via a script, isn't it?

Or are there plugins whit other needs?



 

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