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Sylvert
Sylvert

How i can uninstall a plugin?

daftspunky
daftspunky

You can use the command-line to uninstall plugins

php artisan plugin:remove Acme.Blog

There is no GUI at this stage, I have logged an issue for it: https://github.com/octobercms/october/issues/53

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tillsanders342
tillsanders342

Nice though :) Out of curiosity: What would happen, if you simply removed the files? Would be nice, if the system would then remove all references automagically :)

Cheers! Till

megalter5668
megalter5668

It would be nice to be able to remove a plugin (and projects) from the list of plugins on my project page https://octobercms.com/account/project/ Either that or add the ability to choose wich plugins I wish to update from the backend.

Take care, Miguel.

Steven Walker
Steven Walker

Miguel, exactly what I was just looking to do as I've encountered some issues with my install which I think is caused by a particular combination of plugins, translate, wysiwyg editors and problog but since problog is a paid plugin it needs to be installed via a project attachment. Doh!

megalter5668
megalter5668

That's exactly what happened to me.

megalter5668
megalter5668

I gotta say October team works pretty fast, It is now possible to remove plugins from the online project.

Thanks October devs!

Take care, Miguel Po├žo.

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Steven Walker
Steven Walker

Thanks for posting this, I wouldn't have noticed otherwise!

I do wonder how they're going to handle paid plugin's however, any future developments in regard to this? Obviously removing it from a project shouldnt "kill" the license you've purchased, I guess licensing per project is part of the rabbit hole and outside of the scope of this topic.

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