The OctoPrint Plugin Manager comes bundled with OctoPrint starting with version 1.2.0.
It allows management of installed plugins (listing, enabling, disabling and uninstalling) and installing new plugins from the official OctoPrint Plugin Repository, web addresses or uploaded file archives.
Configuring the Plugin¶
The Plugin Manager plugin only has a handful of configuration settings which normally won’t have to be touched.
You can modify them either through the plugin’s configuration dialog that
you can open when clicking the little wrench icon in the upper right corner
under Settings > Plugin Manager, or by directly editing
plugins: pluginmanager: # The URL of the repository index to use repository: http://plugins.octoprint.org/plugins.json # Time to live for the repository cache repository_ttl: 1440 # Additional arguments to use with pip. Defaults to unset, # you normally shouldn't need to modify this pip_args: --some --additional --pip --arguments # Whether to force the --user flag with pip. Defaults to # false, you normally shouldn't need to modify this pip_force_user: false # Whether to have pip always follow dependency links. # Defaults to false, you normally shouldn't need to # modify this dependency_links: false # List of plugin identifiers hidden from the plugin # manager. Defaults to an empty list. Not available # through the configuration dialog, only available # to allow for vendor customization hidden: - some - hidden - plugins
The source of the Plugin Manager is bundled with OctoPrint and can be found in its source repository under