- 1 Introduction
- 2 Plugins list
- 3 Misc
- 4 Plugin Development
- 5 References
- 6 External links
This page is about plugins designed for the I2P router console.
I2P Plugins are both a means to extend I2P's router functionality as well as a method of packaging things.
The file name extension of a I2P plugin file is ".xpi2p". It is installable and uninstallable form the I2P router console.
Comment by Khanjant, 2016-03-17: "This is the plugin list managed to recover after the epic fall of http://plugins.i2p.re. Gathered from the plugin list on stats.i2p.re and a unofficial temporary list. I (Khanjant) just started, not finished yet.
|Type||Plugin name||Latest release (year)||URLs (Description / File / Source code)||Notes|
|Tool for I2P||BwSchedule||2015||Description by Cacapao (author)||Bandwidth scheduler for the I2P router|
|Demo plugin||Snowman||2015||File. Source code||Just a little test, creates a single-page webapp. The plugin contains some commented config files that may be helpful for plugin developers.|
|File sharing||I2Phex||2016||Plugin||Also available as standalone software|
|Tool||Firefox Search Plugins||Description (cached page)|
|Tool for I2P||I2PControl||201x||Description (on i2p-projekt.i2p.re/). Source code (Python)||JSONRPC2 interface|
|IRC client||jIRCii||2016||File on stats.i2p.re, File from iMule (v0.9.0, 2011)||jIRCii as a plugin for the I2P console, written in Java. Official website (clearnet, not I2P compatible).|
|Tool for I2P||Julya||Homepage and source code|
|Tool for I2Phex||Jwebcache||2016||File or File|
|HTTP outproxy||Outertubes||2012 ?||Description (coded by HungryHobbo)|
|Database||Neodatis||2012||File (sponge.i2p.re)||Used by Seedless|
|Tor Outproxy||Orchid-zzz||2013||(plugin website)||'Orchid is a Tor client implementation and library written in pure Java.'|
|Tor Outproxy||Orchid-thebland||2016||(plugin website) (How to install)||'Orchid is a Tor client implementation and library written in pure Java.'|
|Tool for I2P||Seedless||2012||Description (on sponge.i2p.re). File (read the article Seedless first !).|
|Forums||Syndie||2016||Also available as standalone software|
|Tool for Tahoe-LAFS||Tahoe-LAFS Controller||201x||File (on stats.i2p.re)|
|Torrent tracker||ZzzOT||2015||File (onstats.i2p.re)||A Java Bittorrent Opentracker. Has no eepsite, but a official forum (zzz.i2p.re)|
- AyuDownloader: "AyuDownloader is an Plugin using the EepGet class from I2P developers to download large files easier from Eepsites." 
- I2Cron: "The I2Cron plugin executes actions based on scheduled timed-based events, or polled events."
- JAMWiki: A Java Wiki Engine. Active development of JAMWiki has ceased (2013)
- Pebble: "a lightweight, open source, Java EE blogging tool".
Does the plugin version match with the latest standalone version ?
Sometimes the plugin version is outdated: the standalone version of the software is more recent. If this case, you should use the standalone version.
How to install a plugin ?
Usually, the process is this one :
- Go to the plugin page in your I2P routerconsole: 'I2P Services' > 'Clients' (or click this URL: http://127.0.0.1:7657/configclients#plugin )
- At the bottom of the page, look for the box 'Plugin Installation from URL'
- Paste inside the URL to the plugin file (example: http://bote.i2p.re/i2pbote.su3)
- Click the button 'Install Plugin'
- Wait several minutes
- Once installed, you will see a new text at the top of the routerconsole, below 'I2P Services'
However read the description page of the plugin, because there is perhaps some others things to do.
How to check by myself the signature of a plugin file before to install it ?
The I2P router plugin installer checks the signature of downloaded .su3 file, it checks that the signature is valid. It requires that the signature is placed by some authorized developer.
How to check it by myself ? (command line) :
java -jar /path/to/i2p.jar su3file verifysig -k /path/to/certificates/plugin/signer_at_mail.i2p.re.crt /path/to/plugin.su3
Note: most of plugins source codes are downloadable from the I2P's Monotone server.
- I2Phex v3.2.7 standalone available from http://echelon.i2p.re/i2phex/
- "Julya is a network enabled Jython shell, allowing multiple instances of Jython to be managed from a network connection. Jython scripts can be run in a headless environment by sending scripts via TCP connections defined by the user."
- "Outertubes ia an HTTP Outproxy. It allows other I2P users to connect to the regular Internet via your machine." from http://archiv.tutorials.i2p.re/i2p-plugins/outertubes/
- 0.14.0-b1 released in 2015
- After installation, a brief help page will be available at http://127.0.0.1:7662/help.html. Be sure to read it completely!
- http://i2p-projekt.i2p.re/en/docs/plugins - Official documentation
- http://stats.i2p.re/i2p/plugins/ - Official I2P plugins page (succeed to http://plugins.i2p.re)
- http://plugins.i2p.re main page, cached by http://direct.i2p.re search engine (2016-03) before it vanish
- http://zzz.i2p.re/forums/ - The official forum for the plugins developpers