Is the library being built? I.e. under Linux it is

lib/qgis/plugins/libglobeplugin.so

If yes, look at the debug output of qgis when starting and you should be able to see some info about why the plugin is being rejected.

Sandro



On 21.09.2016 16:28, Daven Quinn wrote:
Hi Sandro,

It is not listed anywhere in the plugin manager to be enabled or disabled. All other plugins I am accustomed to seeing in that list are there (629 in total) but “Globe” is nowhere to be found, unless it resides under some non-intuitive name. So, no opportunity to enable the plugin in the usual way.

Thanks,
Daven


On September 21, 2016 at 1:16:54 AM, Sandro Mani (manisan...@gmail.com <mailto:manisan...@gmail.com>) wrote:

Hi Daven

> doesn’t show up in the plugin directory or menu

Does this mean in the plugins menu or in the list of plugins in the plugin manager? If the former, please check the plugin manager an make sure the plugin is enabled. With the plugin enabled, a globe icon should also appear in the plugin toolbar.

Hope this helps
Sandro



On 21.09.2016 07:49, Daven Quinn wrote:
Hello,

I just completed a source installation of QGIS 2.16.2 on Mac, using a modified version of the Homebrew osgeo4mac/qgis–214 formula. I was particularly excited to try out the new globe plugin. QGIS builds correctly and is usable, but the globe plugin appears to be totally disabled, and doesn’t show up in the plugin directory or menu.

I built the formula with globe enabled (the Homebrew |—with-globe| option translates to |—DWITH_GLOBE=TRUE —DOSG_PLUGIN_PATH=/usr/local/lib/osgPlugins-3.4| compile options. I’m running osg 3.4 and osgearth 2.7. Both of these are built using homebrew formula, with qt support, and I think they are within the range of supported dependencies for the globe plugin.

In the “advanced” settings menu, there is a section for globe plugin settings, but I cannot see any other feedback that the plugin is installed.

Any insights on what might be disabling the globe plugin, and how I could compile QGIS in order to include this? I’ve successfully used my install of osgearth to view GIS data described by raw |*.earth| files, so I think it’s unlikely to be a dependency issue.

Thanks, Daven



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