On Mon, Jul 09, 2007 at 11:37:40PM +0200, Dr. Peter Poeml wrote:
(7) osc: editing project config
- A facility in osc to edit project configuration is work in progress, but
takes a little time because I'm cleaning up code for that and want to
clean up the other metadata editing facilities first.
I just finished this.
(Only in svn so far, however.)
You can now use
osc meta prjconf <prj> --edit
to open the project config in an editor.
To make scripting easier than before, you no longer need to work around
with the EDITOR envvar. You can use
osc meta prjconf prjconf <prj> --file=...
to upload prepared content, or have osc read from standard input with
Also, the metadata editing no longer relies on the timestamp of a
temporary file, which was unconvient for scripting..
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