The plugin system in BundleWrap is an easy way of integrating third-party code into your repository.
While plugins are subject to some superficial code review by BundleWrap developers before being accepted, we cannot make any guarantees as to the quality and trustworthiness of plugins. Always do your due diligence before running third-party code.
It's as easy as
bw repo plugin search <term>. Or you can browse plugins.bundlewrap.org.
You probably guessed it:
bw repo plugin install <plugin>
Installing the first plugin in your repo will create a file called
plugins.json. You should commit this file (and any files installed by the plugin of course) to version control.
Avoid editing files provided by plugins at all costs. Local modifications will prevent future updates to the plugin.
You can update all installed plugins with this command:
bw repo plugin update
Removing a plugin
bw repo plugin remove <plugin>
Writing your own
See the guide on publishing your own plugins.