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Q&A Install Quarto extensions globally

This is probably not a lasting solution, but one can manually copy the individual folders of the extensions to <path to your quarto installation>/share/extensions/quarto/ Documents seem t...

posted 1y ago by samcarter‭  ·  edited 8mo ago by samcarter‭

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#3: Post edited by user avatar samcarter‭ · 2023-10-06T10:57:49Z (8 months ago)
  • This is probably not a lasting solution, but one can manually copy the individual folders of the extensions to
  • ```
  • <path to your quarto installation>/share/extensions/quarto/
  • ```
  • Documents seem to be able to find them from there, but I doubt they will survive future updates.
  • ----
  • Update:
  • If updating Quarto manually by running the installer again, it seems that that the added extensions are still there.
  • This is probably not a lasting solution, but one can manually copy the individual folders of the extensions to
  • ```
  • <path to your quarto installation>/share/extensions/quarto/
  • ```
  • Documents seem to be able to find them from there, but I doubt they will survive future updates.
  • ----
  • Update:
  • Surprisingly, the added extensions seem to be still there after updating Quarto manually by running the installer again. No guaranties for other update mechanism.
#2: Post edited by user avatar samcarter‭ · 2023-10-05T21:34:23Z (8 months ago)
  • This is probably not a lasting solution, but one can manually copy the individual folders of the extensions to
  • ```
  • <path to your quarto installation>/share/extensions/quarto/
  • ```
  • Documents seem to be able to find them from there, but I doubt they will survive future updates.
  • This is probably not a lasting solution, but one can manually copy the individual folders of the extensions to
  • ```
  • <path to your quarto installation>/share/extensions/quarto/
  • ```
  • Documents seem to be able to find them from there, but I doubt they will survive future updates.
  • ----
  • Update:
  • If updating Quarto manually by running the installer again, it seems that that the added extensions are still there.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar samcarter‭ · 2023-03-22T15:02:49Z (about 1 year ago)
This is probably not a lasting solution, but one can manually copy the individual folders of the extensions to

```
<path to your quarto installation>/share/extensions/quarto/
```

Documents seem to be able to find them from there, but I doubt they will survive future updates.