|Subject:||Re: [Texmacs-dev] Python plug-ins and some general principles|
|Date:||Sun, 12 Dec 2021 14:41:31 +0800|
Dear all (in particular Darcy),
One developer reported a problem concerning the Python-based plug-ins under Windows
(maybe also on other platforms): if Python is not installed, then this provokes
dozens of error messages. Could you please clean this up?
As a general rule, plug-in initializations should be extremely minimalistic and
error-proof. You mainly should just determine what kind of functionality is
present and do not do anything else. Modules should be loaded only when
the plug-in is actually started. This is both for safety and efficiency.
Best wishes, --Joris
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