How to configure a plugin using Deluge-console?

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How to configure a plugin using Deluge-console?

Postby boqsc » Wed Apr 12, 2017 9:16 pm

I have found that Deluge is capable of enabling a plugin ( deluge-console.exe plugin --enable ), but what about applying configurations to the enabled plugin?

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Re: How to configure a plugin using Deluge-console?

Postby shamael » Thu Apr 13, 2017 10:00 am

You may try through the .conf file of the concerned plugin (after enable) located in the profile
Webui/GTKui is not an option?

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Re: How to configure a plugin using Deluge-console?

Postby boqsc » Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:04 am

Yes, I did already found that way. But I guess this suppose to be feature request from now on. Deluge have no ability to control plugins while running itself, and this is what I do really need.

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Re: How to configure a plugin using Deluge-console?

Postby shamael » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:26 am

In the description of plugins none shows a compatibility with deluge-console, only with WebUI and/or GTKUI. The compatibility reflects the ability to control the plugin. From my perspective requesting the manageability of a plugin only compatible with the GTKui in the Webui leads to the same conclusion :/. I agree it would be nice however :p


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