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Custom param ¨aut.collection= to let you specify alternate 'collections' of services on command line.
Should name other than 'collection' be used? 'Collection' is used internally for historical reasons, not what i would have called it today. service_group. service_list?
Maybe umlaut.service_collection to be more clear.
See feature demo at:
And docs at https://github.com/team-umlaut/umlaut/wiki/Alternate-service-groups
Maybe instead of splitting on a comma, we could send an array or service group params, e.g.
Would you prefer that?
Even though that's Rails standard, I hate URLs full of that service_group nonsense. A simple split-on-commas looks cleaner in the URL (granted, may be irrelevant for OpenURLs that are already ridiculous), and is, I think, more straightforward to create from software other than rails.
What are your reasons to prefer the rails-style array?
Do you see yourself using this built-in functionality, instead of your homegrown stuff? If so, I'll prob defer to what you want, since you'll be using it and not me. :)
I'm gonna make it work both ways.
Bah, no, doing both is no good.
Scot, you definitely prefer rails-style params to comma-delimited?
Man, this is TRICKY to get right.
I like that doing a params["umlaut.service_group"] would give you an array and like you said, the OpenURL is pretty unwieldy already. But my preference is not that strong.
Merged into master with 7374a1b, accurately described at https://github.com/team-umlaut/umlaut/wiki/Alternate-service-groups