The question is in the title. Basically is there a hook fired after the hook
static:app.load has been processed by all plugins. But let me give you some context what I'm trying to achieve, perhaps my design is flawed.
I'm currently in the process of writing a Prometheus exporter plugin so I can plug some forum metrics into my overall server monitoring system. But I also would like that other plugins could use my plugin to provide further metrics. So I was considering to fire two hooks from this Prometheus plugin.
static:nodebb-plugin-prometheus.init - Will fire after initialization passing in the Prometheus client to setup the metrics that should be collected.
action:nodebb-plugin-prometheus.metrics - Will fire repeatably when it is time to update the metrics. Can be configured by the user.
Obviously I only want to fire
static:nodebb-plugin-prometheus.init after all plugins have initialized or else they might run into some kind of racing conditions. They couldn't be sure if they would be initialized whenever
static:nodebb-plugin-prometheus.init is called. Thus why I would like to fire this hook after initialization was done.
Now perhaps my idea to use hooks is the wrong approach? Should plugins interact between each other differently? Or is there another problem you see?