After hundreds of debug processes, I've finally found the function which is used to do that. Here is screenshot:
Prior to today, if you installed a broken plugin, this was the solution:
./nodebb reset plugins
New to v0.5.0, however, will be the ability to reset just one plugin at a time, using this format:
$ ./nodebb reset plugin="nodebb-plugin-brokenplugin"
The existing implementation will continue to work, as will
./nodebb reset all.
Edit: Dat syntax highlighting....
I was thinking about this, but in my head a different syntax - how about this?
(for multiple at a time):
./nodebb disable nodebb-plugin-brokenplugin nodebb-plugin-julians-plugin nodebb-theme-baris-theme
(because none of my plugins ever break :D)
EDIT: nvm, looks like you did it already
./nodebb reset plugin="pluginname" is already in -- would prefer a nicer syntax, so maybe we can introduce the
./nodebb disable command. Unsure atm.