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Exports the ore-dicts out of the recipe files #1635

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This will not alter the handler, because rewriting the parser for it being too static is not feasible at this point

This will not alter the handler, because rewriting the parser for it being too static is not feasible at this point
yueh added a commit that referenced this pull request Jul 14, 2015
Exports the ore-dicts out of the recipe files
@yueh yueh merged commit e9e9535 into AppliedEnergistics:master Jul 14, 2015
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@yueh yueh added this to the rv3 - 1.7.10 milestone Aug 8, 2015
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 15, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 15, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 15, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 15, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 16, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
@thatsIch thatsIch deleted the thatsIch:e-export-oredicts branch Aug 20, 2015
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 20, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
yueh added a commit to yueh/Applied-Energistics-2 that referenced this pull request Aug 21, 2015
The recipes are now structured into multipe subfolder and split into more
distinct files, so the names are more appropriate and are better at
hinting which items the actually contain.

It also extends the RecipeResourceCopier to now handle the folder
recursively and extract all subdirectories and their files.

"import=" is currently requiring a relative path to the root directory
of the recipes. This would require a larger rewrite/refactoring, thus it
is kept for now until a potentially later changer.

This reverts splitting the oredict entries into their own directory and
moves them back into the recipes folder, as it currently is causing a
couple of issues like not being able to resolve the aliases or is not
working indev. But to keep it seperate it is now its own recipe file.

Fixes AppliedEnergistics#1791
Reverts AppliedEnergistics#1635
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