Defining a custom TikZ arrowtip (circle with plus)

I couldn't see how to combine existing arrows but you can modify the definition of Circle easily enough:

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\documentclass[border=1pt]{standalone}

\usepackage{tikz}
\usetikzlibrary{arrows.meta}
\makeatletter


\pgfdeclarearrow{
  name = CircleP,
  defaults = {
    length  = +2.39365pt +3.191538,
    width'  = +0pt 1,
    line width = +0pt 1 1,
  },
  setup code = {
    % Cap the line width at 1/2th of the length
    \[email protected]\pgfarrowlength
    \ifdim\[email protected]<\pgfarrowlinewidth
      \pgfarrowlinewidth\[email protected]
    \fi
    \ifpgfarrowreversed
      \pgfarrowssetlineend{\pgfarrowlength\advance\[email protected] by-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}
    \else
      \pgfarrowssetlineend{.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}
    \fi
    \pgfarrowssettipend{\pgfarrowlength}
    % The hull:
    \pgfarrowsupperhullpoint{\pgfarrowlength}{.25\pgfarrowwidth}
    \pgfarrowsupperhullpoint{.75\pgfarrowlength}{.5\pgfarrowwidth}
    \pgfarrowsupperhullpoint{.25\pgfarrowlength}{.5\pgfarrowwidth}
    \pgfarrowsupperhullpoint{0pt}{.25\pgfarrowwidth}
    \ifpgfarrowharpoon%
      \pgfarrowshullpoint{0pt}{-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}
      \pgfarrowshullpoint{\pgfarrowlength}{-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}
    \fi%
    % The following are needed in the code:
    \pgfarrowssavethe\pgfarrowlinewidth
    \pgfarrowssavethe\pgfarrowlength
    \pgfarrowssavethe\pgfarrowwidth
  },
  drawing code = {
    \pgfsetdash{}{+0pt}
    \ifpgfarrowroundjoin\pgfsetroundjoin\else\pgfsetmiterjoin\fi
    \ifdim\pgfarrowlinewidth=\pgflinewidth\else\pgfsetlinewidth{+\pgfarrowlinewidth}\fi
    \ifpgfarrowharpoon
      \pgfpathmoveto{\pgfqpoint{\pgfarrowlength\advance\[email protected]
          by-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}{0pt}}
      {%
        \[email protected]\pgfarrowlength
        \advance\[email protected] by-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth
        \pgftransformxscale{+\the\[email protected]}
        \[email protected]\pgfarrowwidth
        \advance\[email protected] by-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth
        \pgftransformyscale{+\the\[email protected]}
        \pgfpathmoveto{\pgfqpoint{-.5\pgfarrowlength}{0pt}}
        \pgfpathlineto{\pgfqpoint{.5\pgfarrowlength}{0pt}}
        \pgfpatharc{0}{180}{1pt}
      }
      \pgfpathclose
    \else%
        \pgfpathmoveto{\pgfqpoint{.25\pgfarrowlength}{0pt}}
        \pgfpathlineto{\pgfqpoint{.75\pgfarrowlength}{0pt}}
        \pgfpathmoveto{\pgfqpoint{.5\pgfarrowlength}{.25\pgfarrowlength}}
        \pgfpathlineto{\pgfqpoint{.5\pgfarrowlength}{-.25\pgfarrowlength}}
      \pgfpathellipse{\pgfqpoint{.5\pgfarrowlength}{0pt}}{\pgfqpoint{.5\pgfarrowlength\advance\[email protected]
          by-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}{0pt}}{\pgfqpoint{0pt}{.5\pgfarrowwidth\advance\[email protected]
          by-.5\pgfarrowlinewidth}}
    \fi
    \ifpgfarrowopen\pgfusepathqstroke\else\ifdim\pgfarrowlinewidth>0pt\pgfusepathqfillstroke\else\pgfusepathqfill\fi\fi
  },
  parameters = {
    \the\pgfarrowlinewidth,%
    \the\pgfarrowlength,%
    \the\pgfarrowwidth,%
    \ifpgfarrowharpoon h\fi%
    \ifpgfarrowopen o\fi%
    \ifpgfarrowroundjoin j\fi%
  },
}


\tikzset{circleplus/.tip={
CircleP[open]}}

\begin{document}

\begin{tikzpicture}
  \draw [-circleplus] (0,0)  -- +(1,0);
\end{tikzpicture} 

\end{document} 

You could probably define a new arrow tip, as described in Custom arrow tip with arrows.meta TikZ library

If you don't need the full power of declaring a new arrow, you could just use a marking:

\documentclass[tikz, border=2pt]{standalone}
\usetikzlibrary{decorations.markings}
\tikzset{
  -circleplus/.style = {
    decoration={markings,
                mark=at position 1 with
                  {\draw[fill=white] (-2pt,0) circle (2pt);
                   \draw[-] (-3pt,0) -- (-1pt,0) (-2pt,1pt) -- (-2pt,-1pt);
                  }
                },
    postaction={decorate}
  }
}
\begin{document}
\begin{tikzpicture}
  \draw[-circleplus] (0,0) .. controls (.5,0) .. (1,1);
\end{tikzpicture}
\end{document}

marked path

This won't combine with other arrow tips in the usual way, but you can still add an arrow tip at the other end using, e.g., \draw[-circleplus, <-] .... You'd have to define a separate command for circleplus- if you want to use that.


@David Carlisle said that he

couldn't see how to combine existing arrows

but he definitely know how: put things together and apply negative spaces.

\tikzset{circleplus/.tip={.
    Circle[open,length=0 10,sep=0 -7.5]
    Rectangle[length=0 5,width=0 1,sep=0 -3]
    Rectangle[length=0 1,width=0 4]
}}