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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..
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.
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.