The following is a list of all of the plugins that are hosted in the Habari Extras source code repository.
Within each directory, you may find one or more versions of the plugin you are looking for. Here's how to know which file to pick.
Plugins filenames are made up of at least two parts. The first part is the plugin name. For the purposes of describing the way filenames work, let's look at a plugin named "sample", which you would find in a directory named "sample" below.
One of two things will follow the plugin name:
Any plugin whose filename contains "-trunk" is constructed from the trunk branch of the plugin. That means that it is the development version of the plugin.
An in-development version contains the latest code, and possibly requires the latest, in-development version of Habari to work properly.
You are advised against using the trunk version of a plugin unless you know for sure what you're doing.
The "sample" plugin filename for the trunk version would be sample-trunk.zip
Any plugin whose filename contains something other than "trunk" will have a combination of numbers that indicate the version of the plugin.
Habari plugin versions number have two parts, separated by a dash. The first part is the version of Habari that the plugin is known to work with. The second part is the version of the plugin itself. A plugin author may release multiple versions of a plugin to provide updated features.
You should choose to use the most recent version of a plugin that matches the Habari version you have installed.
The "sample" plugin filename sample-0.6-0.1 is designed to work with Habari version 0.6, and is version 0.1 of the plugin.
The "sample" plugin filename sample-0.7-0.2 is designed to work with Habari version 0.7, and is version 0.2 of the plugin.