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SID-02272: How I can create a plugin?

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Category: CategoryPlugins Server OS: cent0S 5.3 Linux 2.6.18 64bit Last update: 1 year ago

Hello, I would like to know about how to create my own plugin, As you see I have created through variables as a plugin but as such I can not create such a plugin, however I managed to use it as a plugin with my coworker we have gotten a little engine platform, which at the moment because we use this variable as a plugin or as a plugin system-which serves to graph 3D graphics with at the moment we have two a pie chart and a bar graph.

Our details is that for this to work we have to declare the variable in Preferences and put in a template library, we seek to avoid hitting these steps to the platform or engine configurations for the user to install and use easily.


In the proccess, we use this small development is a follows:


%GRAPHPIE{Name="Nombre de la grafica" Data="Manzanas!50|Uvas!30|Peras!20" }%


%GRAPHCOLUMN{Name="Nombre de la grafica" Data="Manzanas!50|Uvas!30|Peras!20" NameX="Frutas" NameY="Total de frutas"}%





-- Pablo Jovanni Lopez Garcia - 2016-10-26

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Title How I can create a plugin?
SupportCategory CategoryPlugins
TWiki version 6.0.2
Server OS cent0S 5.3 Linux 2.6.18 64bit
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