@@ -11,8 +11,7 @@ The source repository of <https://plugins.getnikola.com/> — Plugins for the Ni
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@@ -54,6 +53,7 @@ Tests = test-suite
MinVersion = version-number
MaxVersion = version-number
Compiler = compiler-that-uses-extensions
Category = plugin-category
Author = authors-name
@@ -68,13 +68,14 @@ In `[Core]`, you need to provide the `Name` of your plugin and the `Module` your
**Additional fields:** If you have tests, put it in the `/tests/` directory of this repository (*not your plugin!*) and put the test module name in a `Tests` field. Tests in `/tests/` are run by Travis CI. **Note that the Travis CI test runner does not interpret `requirements-nonpy.txt` files!**
If you require a specific version of Nikola, set `MinVersion` and `MaxVersion` accordingly. Those fields are not mandatory.
If the plugin is a compiler extension, you need to set the `Compiler` here. Otherwise, skip this field.
You can skip this section altogether if you do not need it.
The `Category` field is mandatory, and it must contain the plugin category.
Use 'Compiler' for compilers and the base class name for anything else.