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Set cheat dir on command line. Allows you to use different cheat dirs for different purposes #144

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rightaway opened this Issue Feb 4, 2014 · 2 comments

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rightaway commented Feb 4, 2014

If it's allowed to set the cheat directory on the command line, it would let you do some pretty cool stuff.

alias recipe="cheat --dir ~/.recipe"
alias notes="cheat --dir ~/.notes"
alias cheat="cheat --dir ~/.cheat"

That way you can simply run commands like:

$ cheat tar
$ recipe cake
$ notes todo

Right now you can only set one global cheat directory path.

@demaya

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demaya commented Feb 16, 2014

Why not something like

alias test="export DEFAULT_CHEAT_DIR=~/test && cheat -l"

?

@chrisallenlane

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chrisallenlane commented May 25, 2014

For the sake of keeping cheat's interface is simple as possible, I'm going to close this one as a wontfix. I think @demaya's suggestion is a great one, though, for accomplishing exactly what you're looking for.

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