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Topic/run after other any time scripts initial work #1

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BiggerNoise commented Apr 28, 2011

Based off my discussion with Rob today. I added a new option called runAfterOtherAnyTimeScripts which will add a directory that is run after sprocs, but before permissions.

I did verify that the convention is picked up and that the command line option does over ride the convention. I did not add tests for this, because I can't find tests for the other folders. If they are there, please just point me to them and I will take care of that right away.

I confess that I am a bit of a git and git hub novice. If I have blown some courtesy, please bear with me (and let me know how to fix it). Hopefully the code is useful enough to make it worth your while.

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I am going to be adding these very soon.

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ferventcoder commented May 19, 2011

I am going to be adding these very soon.

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Excellent. We're using it at work and the mangement types are asking me,
"so does this mean that we're dependent on our custom version?"

To which I reply, "no you're dependent on my custom version" :)

It will be nice to get back on the mainline.

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Excellent. We're using it at work and the mangement types are asking me,
"so does this mean that we're dependent on our custom version?"

To which I reply, "no you're dependent on my custom version" :)

It will be nice to get back on the mainline.

Andy

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I am going to be adding these very soon.

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Good stuff. :D

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ferventcoder commented May 27, 2011

Good stuff. :D

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