Store the options used at create skeleton to future use #1

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guedes opened this Issue May 15, 2011 · 1 comment

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guedes commented May 15, 2011

When starting a new extension by creating a skeleton, the argument values used aren't stored for future use, so if you wants to change some value (like tags, or release_status) you must provide all the values again.

A good approach to this is store each argument value in a file, and use this file to create META, Makefile and others..

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guedes commented May 19, 2011

I'm working on using META.json as the driven file. If options is passed to skeleton it pressed the already META.json and overwrites the key/value.

guedes added a commit that referenced this issue May 19, 2011

Re-use options used at create skeleton to future
Now, when you create a new extension and sometime
after try to recreate it with 'skeleton', the
arguments has priority, and that args that isn't
explicit passed again, are re-used from META.json.

Refs #1.

@guedes guedes closed this May 22, 2011

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