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LSMD(1) 						   libStorageMgmt plug-in daemon						   LSMD(1)

NAME
Daemon - lsmd DESCRIPTION
libStorageMgmt plug-in daemon. Plug-ins execute in their own process space for fault isolation and to accommodate different plug-in licensing requirements. Runs as an unprivileged user. OPTIONS
--plugindir = The directory where the plugins are located --socketdir = The directory for IPC sockets -v = Verbose logging -d = New style daemon (systemd) non-forking BUGS
Please report bugs to <libstoragemgmt-devel@lists.sourceforge.net> AUTHOR
Tony Asleson <tasleson@redhat.com> lsmd 0.0.24 March 2013 LSMD(1)

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Padre::PluginManager(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Padre::PluginManager(3pm)

NAME
Padre::PluginManager - Padre plug-in manager DESCRIPTION
The "PluginManager" class contains logic for locating and loading Padre plug-ins, as well as providing part of the interface to plug-in writers. METHODS
"new" The constructor returns a new "Padre::PluginManager" object, but you should normally access it via the main Padre object: my $manager = Padre->ide->plugin_manager; First argument should be a Padre object. "parent" Stores a reference back to the parent IDE object. "plugin_dir" Returns the user plug-in directory (below the Padre configuration directory). This directory was added to the @INC module search path. "plugins" Returns a hash (reference) of plug-in names associated with a Padre::PluginHandle. This hash is only populated after "load_plugins()" was called. current Gets a Padre::Current context for the plugin manager. "main" A convenience method to get to the main window. "load_plugins" Scans for new plug-ins in the user plug-in directory, in @INC, and in .par files in the user plug-in directory. Loads any given module only once, i.e. does not refresh if the plug-in has changed while Padre was running. "reload_plugins" For all registered plug-ins, unload them if they were loaded and then reload them. "alert_new" The "alert_new" method is called by the main window post-initialisation and checks for new plug-ins. If any are found, it presents a message to the user. "failed" Returns the list of all plugins that the editor attempted to load but failed. Note that after a failed attempt, the plug-in is usually disabled in the configuration and not loaded again when the editor is restarted. "load_plugin" Given a plug-in name such as "Foo" (the part after "Padre::Plugin"), load the corresponding module, enable the plug-in and update the Plug- ins menu, etc. "unload_plugin" Given a plug-in name such as "Foo" (the part after "Padre::Plugin"), disable the plug-in, unload the corresponding module, and update the Plug-ins menu, etc. "reload_plugin" Reload a single plug-in whose name (without "Padre::Plugin::") is passed in as first argument. "reload_current_plugin" When developing a plug-in one usually edits the files belonging to the plug-in (The "Padre::Plugin::Wonder" itself or "Padre::Documents::Wonder" located in the same project as the plug-in itself. This call and the appropriate menu option should be able to load (or reload) that plug-in. "on_context_menu" Called by "Padre::Wx::Editor" when a context menu is about to be displayed. The method calls the context menu hooks in all plug-ins that have one for plug-in specific manipulation of the context menu. SEE ALSO
Padre, Padre::Config COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2008-2012 The Padre development team as listed in Padre.pm. LICENSE
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl 5 itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-27 Padre::PluginManager(3pm)
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