Gemify redmine plugins
I want to install redmine plugins by adding gem name to Gemfile.local like redmine_github_hook plugin.
Current installing/updating method have below cautions for me.
- Difficult to specify plugin version
- Server maintainer should exec `$ git clone [--depth=1] -b <release version> https://github.com/foo/bar/`, but plugin README often describes installing master
- Difficult to detect plugins vulnerability with using bundler-audit
- We have to check each plugins by hand now
I'm happy if Redmine::Plugin.load requires gem's init.rb.
- Easy to install plugin: only writing gem name to Gemfile.local
- Easy to specify plugin version: only specifying gem version to Gemfile.local
- Easy to update plugin: only executing `$ bundle update <plugin gem name>`
- Easy to detect (only gemified) plugins vulnerability with using bundler-audit
- Redmine should detect wheather redmine plugin or not from all bundle installed gem
For example, support_gem_plugin.patch can load gemified plugin.
Gemfile.local example is below(I fixed little existing sidebar_hide plugin).
gem 'sidebar_hide', github: 'sho-h/sidebar_hide', branch: 'redmine_support_gem_plugin_test'
This was gemified and specified directory in init.rb.
#2 Updated by Sho HASHIMOTO 6 months ago
"require initializer" is called twice. Is it correct?
One is in this patch and another is in original code.
Oh... Maybe it's cause problem.
I left original code. Original code is for loading current structure plugins.
I think, there are below patterns.
- Same plugin and same version: Maybe, problem doesn't break to the surface.
- Same plugin and different version: Cause problems. Both require will success. Overwritten by plugin dir's one halfway.
- Different plugins and same ID: Cause problems. Both require will success. Each function will not be conflicted. But redmine will misunderstand only plugin dir's one was loaded.
- Different plugins and different IDs: No problem.
1., 2., 3. have same problem. @registered_plugins[id] was overwritten.
To fix this, for example, Redmine::Plugin.register(id) raises(or fails) if plugin was already installed.
def self.register(id, &block) + raise ... if installed?(id) # or return + p = new(id) p.instance_eval(&block)
I think, it is difficult to find 2. by administrator if only return.