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Directory issue using generate-xxxxx command in Windows #40

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michael-milette opened this Issue May 29, 2014 · 1 comment

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Many of the Moosh commands I've tried seem to work in Windows however the one related to generating a new plugin don't. For example,

moosh generate-block hello

...produces the following error that \moodle\blocks\hello isn't a directory:

cp: copying multiple files, but last argument ('c:\moodle/blocks/hello') is not a directory
Try `cp --help' for more information.
Copying from module template failed

If I try to create the directory first, it then complains that the directory already exists.

Already exists: 'c:\moodle/blocks/hello'
Not creating new block hello

The same thing happens with the generate-module command. I would assume that it is likely a problem across the board for all of the generate-xxxx commands and anywhere in Moosh where it is assumed that a directory will be automatically created if it doesn't already exist.

I had better results running Moosh under Cygwin.

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tmuras May 29, 2014

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I guess this is a difference in behaviour between Windows and Linux versions of cp command. I'm not able to support windows version unfortunately - I only use (test on) and maintain moosh using Linux. I would, however accept patches with windows-specific fixex, provided they don't break Linux :).

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tmuras commented May 29, 2014

I guess this is a difference in behaviour between Windows and Linux versions of cp command. I'm not able to support windows version unfortunately - I only use (test on) and maintain moosh using Linux. I would, however accept patches with windows-specific fixex, provided they don't break Linux :).

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