Network Processor Module

    ep_delete_after_delay

    0.0.31 • Public • Published

    Ep_delete_after_delay

    Etherpad-Lite plugin that deletes your pads after a configured delay.

    Configuration

    Install the plugin and put this in your settings.json:

    "ep_delete_after_delay": {
        "delay": 86400, // one day, in seconds
        "loop": true,
        "loopDelay": 3600, // one hour, in seconds
        "deleteAtStart": true,
        "text": "The content of this pad has been deleted since it was older than the configured delay."
    },
    

    delay (mandatory) delay in seconds with no edition of the pad before deletion. You can't put 7*86400 for a week, you have to put 604800.

    loop boolean, tells if you want to use deletion loops (true) or not (false) (if you use an external script for example). Default is true.

    loopDelay delay in seconds between deletion loops. Deletion loop will check all pads to see if they have to be deleted. You can't put 60*60 for a hour, you have to put 3600. Default is one hour.

    deleteAtStart boolean, tells if you want to start a deletion loop at Etherpad startup. Default is true.

    text is the text that will replace the deleted pad's content. Default is what is in the example above.

    License

    Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE file

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    Install

    npm i ep_delete_after_delay

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    70

    Version

    0.0.31

    License

    Apache-2.0

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