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Trying to use gist inside a directory with dashes in the name on a file inside a subdirectory of that results in 422 errors. #134

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nelsonjchen opened this Issue Apr 12, 2013 · 3 comments

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If your current working directory has dashes in its name and you try to gist a file in a subdirectory of said directory, you will get a 422 error.

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ConradIrwin commented Apr 12, 2013

This is probably a duplicate of #78 (fixed by #93 or #131). Until this is fixed here, you can use jist.

Hmm, I might very well. I just like gist because it's in homebrew so it stays out of my rbenv rubies. Maybe I'll fix that for jist.

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ConradIrwin commented Apr 12, 2013

That'd be awesome :). There was some talk of merging the two projects, and that is one of the main things that jist is missing.

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