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Gem Based Targets should support DataViewer and other tool configurations #229

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ryanatball opened this Issue Dec 4, 2015 · 2 comments

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ryanatball commented Dec 4, 2015

Add a config/tools/ directory to gem based targets and update at least DataViewer with a method of auto discovering component configurations in target gem folders.

Also add a config/data convention.

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I'm not sure what needs to be done here. I created a DataViewer component and put it in the gem target's lib folder and since it's in the path it was found and used by DataViewer.

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jasonatball commented Jun 27, 2017

I'm not sure what needs to be done here. I created a DataViewer component and put it in the gem target's lib folder and since it's in the path it was found and used by DataViewer.

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This ticket is referring to the config files. It would be nice if DataViewer had an auto setting that pulled the DataViewer configuration in for their components. End goal is add the target and you are good to go with all tools. No editing in the main config files.

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ryanatball commented Jun 27, 2017

This ticket is referring to the config files. It would be nice if DataViewer had an auto setting that pulled the DataViewer configuration in for their components. End goal is add the target and you are good to go with all tools. No editing in the main config files.

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