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Dropwizardify - really now #1314
Apr 7, 2018
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I used to have different run configurations in IntelliJ were I was passing graphhopper properties as program arguments, like datareader.file etc., now I need to have these in config.yml, right ? I would at least find it useful to have some kind of naming pattern or dedicated folder in .gitignore where I can put different config.yml files if it needs to be done this way, or what is your approach for this ? For example I want to run GraphHopperApplication from the IDE for debugging with certain program arguments, but to support different settings I need multiple config.yml files ?
I agree. Reason: Git is distributed -- what the user is commiting to might just as well be (and in my case often is) their own project repository where they commit their configuration to.
I don't think I have a strong opinion here, but why not. Only thing is that it should be documented well