Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Development/1.2/Plugin


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08/27/2009 01:53:39 AM (12 years ago)
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    22== Introduction == 
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    4 When considering to write a plugin for Deluge, one must first understand the basic design of Deluge.  Deluge is split in two, the core and the user-interface of which there could be many.  When writing your plugin you will be writing a Core portion and, perhaps, many different UI portions.  This may sound complicated and at times it can be, but it is required to take advantage of Deluge's architecture. 
     4When considering to write a plugin for Deluge, one must first understand the basic design of Deluge.  Deluge is split in two, the core and the user-interface of which there could be many.  When writing your plugin you will be writing a Core portion and, perhaps, many different UI portions.  This may sound complicated and at times it can be, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes second-hand. 
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     6=== Skill Checklist === 
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     8This is a list of recommended skills or knowledge that you may need to successfully write a plugin.  This is by no means required, but can serve as a starting point if you're not sure what you need to know.  It may also be a good idea to read [http://dev.deluge-torrent.org/wiki/Development/UiClient1.2 How To Write a Client] first, to give you some idea of how a UI would interact with the Core. 
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     10 * Python 
     11 * Twisted, specifically Deferreds 
     12 * GTK and possibly Glade 
     13 * Javascript for the WebUI portions 
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    615=== Designing Your Plugin ===