How-to: Version Number for your Plugin

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Basti, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. Basti
    • Staff

    Basti Administrator Staff Member

    Since VisioList0 0.9 introduced plugin update checks, you might want to make use of this feature if you code plugins and post them here.

    This is pretty simple and all you need to do is complete a few simple steps.
    1) http://visiolist.com/community/threads/how-to-create-a-plugin.20/ Create your plugin or alter your existing plugin. The info.php file needs a version number. This is specified via the following line
    Code:
    $version = '0.1';
    2) Zip up your plugin

    3) Post it here http://visiolist.com/community/resources/
    - Add the version string from step 1 into the version string input
    - Unfortunately at this point, you do not know the plugin url yet. So we have to post a resource update later on

    4) Once posted, copy the url and add it to your plugins info.php
    PHP:
    $url 'The resource url goes here';
    5) Zip up the plugin again and post an update to your resource. The button/link to update it, can be found on your resource link from step 4

    Thats it, now users can check for updates to your plugin :)
    Last edited: Feb 15, 2019
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  2. LemoniscooL

    LemoniscooL Member

    really nice feature :D i will update my plugins immediately and make use of this
  3. freecashpro

    freecashpro Professional Web Developer & Coder

    Is there a reference area or cheat sheet on making our own VisioList plugins? I'm pretty handy at coding and I'd like to explore the possibility of making and sharing my own VisioList plugins - Thanks.
  4. soccerki

    soccerki Member

    http://visiolist.com/community/threads/how-to-create-a-plugin.20/

    Make sure too read through Marks Post & follow the steps! :)
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