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Allow -t as shorthand for --shed_target and correct string literals #278

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peterjc commented Aug 5, 2015

I seem to need --shed_target for all of the online planemo shed_* commands I use, therefore -t would seem a nice shorthand.

However, I appreciate we should be cautious about allocating one letter aliases for Planemo commands to avoid any inconsistencies/clashes (in particular, we should avoid doing this for things that can go in the user's configuration file).

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Allow -t as shorthand for --shed_target
I seem to need --shed_target for all of the online planemo commands
I use, i.e. shed_diff, shed_create, shed_update or shed_upload
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martenson commented Aug 5, 2015

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@erasche erasche changed the title Allow -t as shorthand for --shed_target Allow -t as shorthand for --shed_target and correct string literals Aug 5, 2015

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erasche commented Aug 5, 2015

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jmchilton commented Aug 5, 2015

👍 - looks good, thanks @peterjc.

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Merge pull request #278 from peterjc/target
Allow -t as shorthand for --shed_target and correct string literals

@jmchilton jmchilton merged commit d5996c0 into galaxyproject:master Aug 5, 2015

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