Update the base generator to use the lib TwigGenerator #33

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cedriclombardot opened this Issue Oct 26, 2011 · 14 comments

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@cedriclombardot
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Just to add it in my todo to integrate the library what i just externalise https://github.com/cedriclombardot/TwigGenerator

@cedriclombardot
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In fact not, i'll mantain 2 codes to make you one deps less

@fzaninotto

really? Why bother?

@cedriclombardot
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Because it's really long to setup this bundle with all his vendors and i thinks to add one deps more for 2 files will be really boring for final users

@fzaninotto

composer to the rescue!

@willdurand
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I don't think you're right Cédric. It's better to not duplicate code, and one more dep isn't really boring.

As @fzaninotto said, composer should help you. For now, try to write a shell script like the bin/vendors bundled with symfony-standard, or to write a short doc to setup the bundle faster than right now.

@cedriclombardot
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OK so i had it again to my todo

@willdurand
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You may add an issue for your todo list, or will you add this on the roadmap page on the doc ?

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@cedriclombardot cedriclombardot Setup commad #33 432b289
@cedriclombardot
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FYI the setup/upgrade command is ready : php app/console admin:setup no i'll add the TwigGenerator vendor

@cedriclombardot
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Done

@fzaninotto

awesome

@cedriclombardot
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The screencast for the command line admin:setup is here : http://youtu.be/c5Q2v8llnNU?hd=1 (see in full screen & hd for better results), next one the creation of the generator.yml

@fzaninotto

Great. I suggest that you use bigger fonts for the next screencast, and
probably a smaller screen size as well.

Also, using VI kind of hides when you switch files. I's hard to follow. If
you could use a tree plugin showing the file structure, which file you work
on, that would help.

Apart from that, very dramatic music!

2011/11/24 cedric lombardot <
reply@reply.github.com

The screencast for the command line admin:setup is here :
http://youtu.be/c5Q2v8llnNU?hd=1 (see in full screen & hd for better
results), next one the creation of the generator.yml


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@cedriclombardot
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I see the problem on fonts when i ve upload the video on YouTube my
rsolution was bigguest and i register on 22 pouces screen. The next will
ve better

And about bon its because my computer can t run clipse and capture on same
time it sas already very slow. Probably change computer or use nerd tree in
vim next time.

Thanks for feedback
Le 24 nov. 2011 09:04, "Francois Zaninotto" <
reply@reply.github.com>
a crit :

Great. I suggest that you use bigger fonts for the next screencast, and
probably a smaller screen size as well.

Also, using VI kind of hides when you switch files. I's hard to follow. If
you could use a tree plugin showing the file structure, which file you work
on, that would help.

Apart from that, very dramatic music!

2011/11/24 cedric lombardot <
reply@reply.github.com

The screencast for the command line admin:setup is here :
http://youtu.be/c5Q2v8llnNU?hd=1 (see in full screen & hd for better
results), next one the creation of the generator.yml


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:

https://github.com/cedriclombardot/AdmingeneratorGeneratorBundle/issues/33#issuecomment-2857063


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:

https://github.com/cedriclombardot/AdmingeneratorGeneratorBundle/issues/33#issuecomment-2859231

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