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v1.7.0 doesn't use custom path #45

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mstruebing opened this Issue Oct 27, 2016 · 4 comments

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mstruebing commented Oct 27, 2016

"scripty": {
  "path": "../core/scripts"
}

This doesn't work anymore with scripty v1.7.0.
In version v1.6.* it is working.

Edit:
It is simply ignoring the custom path and only searches for the default ones

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Hey @mstruebing -- that sounds bad. I think the only change was #39 by @Schoonology -- would you mind taking a look at it, Mr. Schoon?

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searls commented Nov 3, 2016

Hey @mstruebing -- that sounds bad. I think the only change was #39 by @Schoonology -- would you mind taking a look at it, Mr. Schoon?

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sospedra commented Dec 21, 2016

+1

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Sorry about this — waiting for someone to resolve #46 on windows prior to merge

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searls commented Dec 21, 2016

Sorry about this — waiting for someone to resolve #46 on windows prior to merge

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Landed in 1.7.1 -- finally just bit the bullet and set up a fresh Windows environment for you.

That will be one 💰 please.

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searls commented Dec 21, 2016

Landed in 1.7.1 -- finally just bit the bullet and set up a fresh Windows environment for you.

That will be one 💰 please.

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