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Load/import configuration without the use of the extension #160

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fpietka opened this Issue May 29, 2016 · 6 comments

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fpietka commented May 29, 2016

Would be nice to be able to load (or import) configuration without having to write the extension:

$ tmuxp load myproject

instead of

$ tmuxp load myproject.yaml

also for import:

$ tmuxp import tmuxinator myproject
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tony commented May 29, 2016

It'd be better if tmuxp could just load from tmuxinator configs. the good news its import gets us a lot of the way there.

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fpietka commented May 29, 2016

worked like a charm for me 👍

@tony tony modified the milestone: Milestone 1.1 May 30, 2016

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tony commented May 31, 2016

#164

It is more flexible than ever. In addition to being able to load up configs by name from any dir. You can also target directories that contain .tmuxp.{json,yml,yaml} relatively and absolutely.

If you want to test it, its in the https://github.com/tony/tmuxp/tree/click branch.

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tony commented May 31, 2016

I don't know if teamocil/tmuxinator's conversions are good enough to load directly. I don't think the behavior would be 100%, it's probably at about 80-85% atm. I need to double check things like pre: get translated and behave like they would on tmuxp.

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tony commented Jun 1, 2016

@fpietka landed in v1.1.0 on pypi now

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oschrenk commented Jun 1, 2016

Sweet. I was actually about my own fish script to do this. Thanks for the great work!

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