Auto-Generate custom recipes #1452

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thatsIch opened this Issue May 13, 2015 · 2 comments

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@thatsIch
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If custom recipes is set to true it expects the user to copy the custom recipes into the config folder. This is rarely applicable, because it requires usage-knowledge.

Auto-Exporting will highly improve the QoL for custom recipes user.

The should copy all files named with *.recipe in a specific path to the config location. This is extendable for having *.recipe files all over the package system if required.

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@thatsIch thatsIch added this to the rv3 milestone May 13, 2015
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thatsIch Closes #1452: Implements auto-generation of custom recipes e5a108a
@thatsIch thatsIch pushed a commit to thatsIch/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this issue May 13, 2015
thatsIch Closes #1452: Implements auto-generation of custom recipes 46f49e6
@TheJulianJES
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👍 I really like that :)

@thatsIch
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We decided to export the recipes automatically in something like a "backup" folder, which is refreshed on every startup.

The user gets a new folder, from which the recipes can be loaded, if the user chooses to by copying over the recipes into his "own" folder. This would elevate the need for a config setting.

@thatsIch thatsIch pushed a commit to thatsIch/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this issue May 18, 2015
thatsIch Closes #1452: Implements auto-generation of custom recipes cd41da9
@thatsIch thatsIch pushed a commit to thatsIch/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this issue May 18, 2015
thatsIch Closes #1452: Implements auto-generation of custom recipes ce1e10a
@thatsIch thatsIch pushed a commit to thatsIch/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this issue May 18, 2015
thatsIch Closes #1452: Implements auto-generation of custom recipes 5e8218f
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