plasmapkg - Install, list, remove Plasma packages
plasmapkg [-h, --hash path] [-g, --global] [-t, --type type] [-i, --install path] [-u, --upgrade path] [-l, --list] [--list-types] [-r, --remove name] [-p, --packageroot path] [KDE Generic Options] [Qt Generic Options]
plasmapkg is a command line tool to install, list, remove Plasma packages.
-h, --hash path Generate a SHA1 hash for the package at "path". -g, --global For install or remove, operates on packages installed for all users. -t, --type type The type of package, e.g. theme, wallpaper, plasmoid, dataengine, runner, layout-template, etc. [plasmoid]. -i, --install path Install the package at "path". -u, --upgrade path Upgrade the package at "path". -l, --list List installed packages. -r, --remove name Remove the package named "name". -p, --packageroot path Absolute path to the package root. If not supplied, then the standard data directories for this KDE session will be searched instead.
More detailed user documentation is available from help:/plasma-desktop (either enter this URL into Konqueror, or run khelpcenter help:/plasma-desktop).
plasmapkg was written by Aaron Seigo <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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