Installing and Configuring Plug-ins
CUE's capabilities can be extended by installing plug-ins. CUE plug-ins fall into three categories:
Base plug-ins supplied by Escenic that provide self-contained functional extensions. These plug-ins have no dependencies other than CUE itself and freely available system components such as the nodeJS engine. All the information you need to install and configure base plug-ins is here. The following base plug-ins are currently available:
This plug-in adds content duplication functions to the home page Search and Latest Opened panels in CUE and to the Search side panel After installing the plug-in, the context menu displayed by right-clicking or long-pressing a content item in these panels will contain two new options, Duplicate and Duplicate as. These options allow you to quickly make copies of content items.
Base plug-in packages follow CUE version numbering: you should only install base plug-ins that have the same version number as CUE.
Escenic plug-ins supplied by Escenic. These CUE plug-ins are dependent on Content Engine plug-ins as follows:
Depends on CUE Live.
Depends on the Escenic Menu Editor plug-in.
Depends on the Escenic Video plug-in.
These plug-ins are automatically installed together with CUE. Any configuration that might be required is described in the appropriate Content Engine plug-in guide.
Third-party plug-ins that are not made by Escenic. These plug-ins may or may not have dependencies other than CUE itself. The information you need to install and configure these plug-ins must be provided by the plug-in supplier.
Base plug-ins are installed in the same way as
apt-get install, and can either be installed
CUE, or at any
time later. To install the
example, you would do as follows:
#apt-get install cue-web-3.12 cue-content-duplication-enrichment-service-3.12
To install it on its own after the installation of CUE, you would only need to enter:
#apt-get install cue-content-duplication-enrichment-service-3.12
For additional instructions regarding the installation of the
cue-content-duplication-enrichment-service plug-in, see