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Plugins dependencies


    1  Plugins which can be used for the Client, Server, or Editor
    2  Plugins which can be used for the Editor
    3  Plugins which can be used for the Server
    4  Plugins which can be used for the Client
    5  Notes

The MDIPluginType manifest property for a Plugin specifies for which kind of application the Plugin is available:

Furthermore, Plugins can have inter−plugins dependencies[3] . The following diagram shows on which kind of application a Plugin is available, and the inter−plugins dependencies:

Plugins which can be used for the Client, Server, or Editor

Plugins which can be used for the Editor

Plugins which can be used for the Server

Note that Plugins which can be used in the Server can also be used in the Editor because the Editor integrates an Embedded Server.

Plugins which can be used for the Client

Note that Plugins which can be used in the Client can also be used in the Editor because the Editor integrates an Embedded Server.

Notes

  1. For example, the Scenario Plugin can be used in the Client, the Server, or the Editor in the context of the Embedded Server
  2. For example, the UACDS Plugin or the EditorScript Plugin can be used only for the Editor
  3. For example, the UACDS Plugin depends on the EditorScript Plugin

See Also


Category: dev Category: plugins

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