[QGIS-Developer] Windows only version of a QGIS 2.18x plugin

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[QGIS-Developer] Windows only version of a QGIS 2.18x plugin

cratcliff

Hi QGIS Developers,

 

I’m  following up on this issue which I posted last month. While it triggered  a lot of discussion I never received a firm answer as to whether my PAT plugin could be hosted and made discoverable as a QGIS plugin on the official plugins site.

 

About a week ago I uploaded a new version of PAT for some bug fixes, and it remains unapproved. Is this likely to get approved so users can find and install it via the plugin manager?

 

I was interested to see that PAT v0.1.0 has now had 131 downloads directly from the QGIS repository so there is definitely an interest.  Currently version 0.1.0 is showing on the website as being approved, but when I search for it in using the QGIS plugin manager, I can’t find it, even with the experimental option ticked on. Is there a reason for this?

Kind Regards,

 

Christina


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Re: Windows only version of a QGIS 2.18x plugin

Nathan Woodrow
Hey  Christina,

Yeah, it's a bit odd it's not showing up at all in the XML output.  I wonder if it was the HTML in the changelog as I can't see anything else that is different.  I have edit the changelog and removed the HTML to see if that picks it up.

Edited the changelog on this version for now to test that theory: https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/pat/version/0.1.0/

On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 11:11 AM <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi QGIS Developers,

 

I’m  following up on this issue which I posted last month. While it triggered  a lot of discussion I never received a firm answer as to whether my PAT plugin could be hosted and made discoverable as a QGIS plugin on the official plugins site.

 

About a week ago I uploaded a new version of PAT for some bug fixes, and it remains unapproved. Is this likely to get approved so users can find and install it via the plugin manager?

 

I was interested to see that PAT v0.1.0 has now had 131 downloads directly from the QGIS repository so there is definitely an interest.  Currently version 0.1.0 is showing on the website as being approved, but when I search for it in using the QGIS plugin manager, I can’t find it, even with the experimental option ticked on. Is there a reason for this?

Kind Regards,

 

Christina


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Re: Windows only version of a QGIS 2.18x plugin

cratcliff

Hi Nathan,

 

I’ve just checked and still can’t see it.  I also removed the html for the about tab as well and that hasn’t worked either.

 

I have noticed that for other plugins version tab shows External dependencies is None, and Experimental is either Yes or No. ( ie https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/processing_r/version/1.0.5/)

 

For PAT External dependencies is  Yes and Experimental is blank.

 

Could this be the issue?

 

Cheers,

Christina

 

 

From: Nathan Woodrow [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Friday, 8 March 2019 11:58 AM
To: Ratcliff, Christina (A&F, Waite Campus) <[hidden email]>
Cc: QGIS Developer <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [QGIS-Developer] Windows only version of a QGIS 2.18x plugin

 

Hey  Christina,

 

Yeah, it's a bit odd it's not showing up at all in the XML output.  I wonder if it was the HTML in the changelog as I can't see anything else that is different.  I have edit the changelog and removed the HTML to see if that picks it up.

 

Edited the changelog on this version for now to test that theory: https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/pat/version/0.1.0/

 

On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 11:11 AM <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi QGIS Developers,

 

I’m  following up on this issue which I posted last month. While it triggered  a lot of discussion I never received a firm answer as to whether my PAT plugin could be hosted and made discoverable as a QGIS plugin on the official plugins site.

 

About a week ago I uploaded a new version of PAT for some bug fixes, and it remains unapproved. Is this likely to get approved so users can find and install it via the plugin manager?

 

I was interested to see that PAT v0.1.0 has now had 131 downloads directly from the QGIS repository so there is definitely an interest.  Currently version 0.1.0 is showing on the website as being approved, but when I search for it in using the QGIS plugin manager, I can’t find it, even with the experimental option ticked on. Is there a reason for this?

Kind Regards,

 

Christina


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