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Matt Leathes
@moloko
all of which are downloaded automatically when you install the authoring tool
VikramSDoke
@VikramSDoke
OKay
any command for view core plugins in it
Matt Leathes
@moloko
it says in the link above
If you want to view the framework plugins that are installed in your authoring tool instance, head to Plugin management (found in the top menu). Here, you can view the details of any installed plugins, enable or disable them for use in other courses, and check for any available updates.
VikramSDoke
@VikramSDoke
OKay
Thanks @moloko for your quick help..!
Matt Leathes
@moloko
no problem, I have updated https://github.com/adaptlearning/adapt_authoring/wiki/Plugin-Management to include some information about how to actually get a plugin zip
Matt Leathes
@moloko
anyone know how someone who has managed to register a plugin that's hosted in GitLab might go about undoing that? Answers here please!
Equally it seems reasonable that we might add GitLab support to the roadmap, if you agree please upvote adaptlearning/adapt-cli#122
canstudios-matth
@canstudios-matth
Hi, I'm having an issue when running the adapt install command. I'm getting a TypeError: Invalid Version : null error message. Has anyone come across this problem before and/or knows a way to resolve it? Full command output can be found at https://hastebin.com/vosigiquzi.rb
Oliver Foster
@oliverfoster
what's in your adapt.json?
canstudios-matth
@canstudios-matth
@oliverfoster Edited.
Oliver Foster
@oliverfoster
those plugins are not publically available
in the plugin registry
adapt install uses the public registry to download compatible plugins
that is unless you have a separate registry
check your .bowerrc
canstudios-matth
@canstudios-matth
Yeah, we use a separate registry.
Oliver Foster
@oliverfoster
that's probably the issue then
canstudios-matth
@canstudios-matth
Ah, okay.
Thank you for the heads up, I'll investigate further.
Oliver Foster
@oliverfoster
:+1: np
canstudios-matth
@canstudios-matth
@oliverfoster I was using the default registry, I think. Switching to ours fixed it. Thank you for helping out, don't think I'd have ever figured that one out!
Oliver Foster
@oliverfoster
noice