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Possible to upload changes to two separate themes? #141

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halcarleton opened this Issue Feb 19, 2015 · 5 comments

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halcarleton commented Feb 19, 2015

I'm looking for a way to have theme watch upload changes to an unpublished theme on a live shop as well as a theme on a dev-shop. Is there any way to accomplish this?

@halcarleton halcarleton changed the title from Possible to upload to two themes on different stores? to Possible to upload changes to two separate themes? Feb 19, 2015

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https://github.com/csaunders/phoenix/releases/tag/0.1.0

And run theme watch --env=production theme watch --env=development in two separate terminal sessions. I don't know if this will work nor what the behaviour will be.

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csaunders commented Feb 19, 2015

https://github.com/csaunders/phoenix/releases/tag/0.1.0

And run theme watch --env=production theme watch --env=development in two separate terminal sessions. I don't know if this will work nor what the behaviour will be.

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halcarleton Feb 19, 2015

Is there more detailed documentation on how to set the environment?

If I run the command in the example I get this:
Command:

theme configure -access_token=abracadabra \ -domain=shopproduction.myshopify.com \ -env=production

Resulting config.yml file:

---
:api_key: "-access_token=abracadabra"
:password: "-domain=shopproduction.myshopify.com"
:store: "-env=production"
:theme_id:

Ah, never mind, I just realized that link was to a different repo. I'll give Phoenix a try, thanks.

halcarleton commented Feb 19, 2015

Is there more detailed documentation on how to set the environment?

If I run the command in the example I get this:
Command:

theme configure -access_token=abracadabra \ -domain=shopproduction.myshopify.com \ -env=production

Resulting config.yml file:

---
:api_key: "-access_token=abracadabra"
:password: "-domain=shopproduction.myshopify.com"
:store: "-env=production"
:theme_id:

Ah, never mind, I just realized that link was to a different repo. I'll give Phoenix a try, thanks.

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internalfx Mar 19, 2015

@halleycarleton quickshot supports this feature

https://github.com/internalfx/quickshot

internalfx commented Mar 19, 2015

@halleycarleton quickshot supports this feature

https://github.com/internalfx/quickshot

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ingedmundo May 18, 2015

Hey guys! I wrote a blogpost that might be relevant to your interests:

http://blog.crowdint.com/2015/05/08/shopify-theme-staging.html

ingedmundo commented May 18, 2015

Hey guys! I wrote a blogpost that might be relevant to your interests:

http://blog.crowdint.com/2015/05/08/shopify-theme-staging.html

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Seeing as this feature is already supported in a cross-platform tool, I'm going to close this issue.

We will not be implementing the feature for shopify_theme

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csaunders commented Aug 31, 2015

Seeing as this feature is already supported in a cross-platform tool, I'm going to close this issue.

We will not be implementing the feature for shopify_theme

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