Calling `ember create` with no directory name doesn't create an application #20

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jergason opened this Issue Mar 28, 2013 · 1 comment

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jergason commented Mar 28, 2013

Steps to reproduce

npm install -g ember-tools
mkdir hurp && cd hurp
ember create
less .ember

Notice the .ember file looks like this:

{
  "modules": "cjs",
  "appDir": "[object Object]"
}

Also notice no application files are created.

What I expected

I would expect ember-tools to create an application inside my current directory, or at least warn me that a directory name to create the application inside of is required.

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ryanflorence Mar 28, 2013

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Totally should be like "dude, give me dir".

On Mar 27, 2013, at 11:08 PM, Jamison Dance notifications@github.com wrote:

##Steps to reproduce

npm install -g ember-tools
mkdir hurp && cd hurp
ember create
less .ember
Notice the .ember file looks like this:

{
"modules": "cjs",
"appDir": "[object Object]"
}
Also notice no application files are created.

##What I expected

I would expect ember-tools to create an application inside my current directory, or at least warn me that a directory name to create the application inside of is required.


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ryanflorence commented Mar 28, 2013

Totally should be like "dude, give me dir".

On Mar 27, 2013, at 11:08 PM, Jamison Dance notifications@github.com wrote:

##Steps to reproduce

npm install -g ember-tools
mkdir hurp && cd hurp
ember create
less .ember
Notice the .ember file looks like this:

{
"modules": "cjs",
"appDir": "[object Object]"
}
Also notice no application files are created.

##What I expected

I would expect ember-tools to create an application inside my current directory, or at least warn me that a directory name to create the application inside of is required.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub.

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