Example plugin for iMDone that logs to the console
iMDone loads plugins that are mentioned in the
.imdone/config.json file in your project directory. It looks for them in your project directory under
node_modules then in your home directory under
node_modules, then by name. So if you include a
plugin.js that implements the plugin interface in your project, you can load it directly or install one using
npm install -g.
npm install -g imdone-echo-plugin
cd /my/project/folderOne that already has a
.imdone/configor create it.
All plugins should expect a config and repo. Take a look at this example config. The plugins hash contains the plugin package name or path with it's config hash as the value. Repo is the Repository object for the project.
After starting iMDone and adding a project, you will find the
.imdone/config.json in the project directory.