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added command line option `output` to write db.json and _multiconfig.… #3122

merged 2 commits into from Apr 25, 2018


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mgoldsborough commented Apr 16, 2018

I'm working with a read-only file system and I need a way to direct the output to a different path.

I added command line option output to write db.json and _multiconfig.yml to a path provided

  • Add test cases for the changes.
  • Passed the CI test.

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coveralls commented Apr 16, 2018

Coverage Status

Coverage increased (+0.003%) to 97.217% when pulling 83b1912 on mgoldsborough:outputPath into 373b9c7 on hexojs:master.

@@ -14,6 +15,22 @@ describe('config flag handling', () => {
function ConsoleReader() {
this.reader = [];
this.d = function(...args) {
var type = 'debug';

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JLHwung Apr 17, 2018


If the differences of this.d and this.i are only type, could you refactor into a factory so that

this.d = readerStub("debug")
this.i = readerStub("info")


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mgoldsborough Apr 18, 2018


I was just copying the style of the existing code. I didn't want to touch to many lines. It's also a test case, not production code. If you want this refactored, change impact this.w and this.e which are below these changes in the same file.

If you'd like this refactored, let me know. Otherwise I'll leave it as it.

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@JLHwung JLHwung merged commit ad33b3c into hexojs:master Apr 25, 2018

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