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I'm creating several plugins for an organization, that uses a local network to share workflow. But isn't a go choice install and upgrade the plugins for every coworker computer.

How could I create a folder into the network and then specify this path to QGIS? Is there any field to add complements folders such as exists for C++ complements?

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    Maybe you can create create a symbollink for every coworker computer,and only update the folder into network,or you can create your own plugins repository and only update this – Fran Raga Feb 28 at 11:05
  • How can I create a own plugins repository in QGIS? – marcelo balui Mar 2 at 4:24
  • Create your own and your clients connect to this github.com/All4Gis/CreateQgisRepository – Fran Raga Mar 2 at 10:00
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Solution

Following the Frans's answer, I found a way to have just one folder with the complements.

I tried the method by creating the symbollink (soft link), but it didn't work in my test. So I tried to create a hard link. By this way it worked.

Creating Hard Link

  1. Open the Command Line as Adm.
  2. Run the command:
mklink /J "path_to\python\plugins\link_name" "path\to\origin_folder"

Ref: https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/16226/complete-guide-to-symbolic-links-symlinks-on-windows-or-linux/

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