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How do you add a collection to Configure->Plugins

jobu1342 6 lat temu Ostatnio zmodyfikowane przez Eugene Pankov (Project coordinator) 6 lat temu 2
I've been working my way through the Ajenti API to develop a plugin, and up until now it has been going well. I need to add a list or collection to the configuration of my plugin, but I'm not sure how to go about doing it; after trying for hours to get it to work I thought I'd ask here.

This is the format of the data I would like to store:

default_classconfig = {
    'groups': [{"name": "Shield", "members": ["Nick Fury", "Thaddeus Dugan", "Gabriel Jones"]}, {...}...]
}

I've worked through a collection before, and I used a binder to bind to the collection, but the same techniques don't appear to apply to the ClassConfigEditor.

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Sorry for the delay. This is not possible at the moment; classconfigs are bound with simple bind:dict, which only allows binding one level of scalar values.

If you need a complex configuration tree, I suggest instead saving it to JSON or use a more convenient config-to-object binding Reconfigure (https://github.com/Eugeny/reconfigure)
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Sorry for the delay. This is not possible at the moment; classconfigs are bound with simple bind:dict, which only allows binding one level of scalar values.

If you need a complex configuration tree, I suggest instead saving it to JSON or use a more convenient config-to-object binding Reconfigure (https://github.com/Eugeny/reconfigure)
BTW in latest Ajenti, you can bind to dict keys directly now with bind="[key]"