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fabric.utils.indent (and fabric.colors.*) listed in --list #339
Not 100% sure if this is a bug, but it would appear to me that this isn't set as
Wouldn't normally be an issue, but I'm trying to make
FYI, the same happens with
Originally submitted by Nick Trew (vxnick) on 2011-04-20 at 08:42am EDT
I can't reproduce the problem with a barebones fabfile that just imports
However, I can reproduce it with
Turns out he had
To @dholt and @vxnick could you check to see if this was the problem for you as well? (I.e. not having
Edit: to be clear, the problem is doing this:
Which should be this instead:
OK, thanks guys -- good to know.
I'll try and remember to ensure fabric.colors is marked as internal so that it doesn't bite anybody still using old-style tasks. Was probably holding off on that because it wasn't super public pending #101, but at this point it's been around long enough to require full treatment.
Leaving this open until I handle that.