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Plugin system for Twisted.
||Interface that must be implemented by all plugins.|
||A collection of
||Compute all the possible loadable plugins, while loading as few as possible and hitting the filesystem as little as possible.|
||Retrieve all plugins implementing the given interface beneath the given module.|
||Return a list of additional directories which should be searched for modules to be included as part of the named plugin package.|
Compute all the possible loadable plugins, while loading as few as possible and hitting the filesystem as little as possible.
|module||a Python module object. This represents a package to search for plugins.|
|a dictionary mapping module names to |
Optional[= None) ->
Iterable[: (source) ¶
Retrieve all plugins implementing the given interface beneath the given module.
|interface:||An interface class. Only plugins which implement this interface will be returned.|
|package:||A package beneath which plugins are installed. For most uses, the default value is correct.|
|An iterator of plugins.|
Return a list of additional directories which should be searched for modules to be included as part of the named plugin package.
|name:str||The fully-qualified Python name of a plugin package, eg 'twisted.plugins'.|
|list of str||The absolute paths to other directories which may contain plugin modules for the named plugin package.|
def _pluginsPackage() ->
types.ModuleType: (source) ¶