Just a heads up @robjloranger: noticed a bug in WriteFreely when testing this, and fixed it in #144. Basically the full collection URL wasn't getting sent back, so after publishing I'd see /matt/new-post instead of https://team.write.as/matt/new-post
Yep, if there's already a default set when running auth it won't be overwritten. And there will be a message displayed either way. The idea with setting it that first time is to make that process more seamless, and save people some typing.
Cool, and maybe not overwrite the default if there is one. Users would likely expect when editing the config file it should retain their defaults.
Ah, gotcha. I'll add that in then.
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Weird I email responded but it didn't come through.
Right now there's no config.ini file being created in my ~/.writefreely... But it's entirely possible I messed something up. I'm looking into it now
I should add that the config.ini should have a default section. i.e.
Everything still seems to be working as I remember. Can you tell me more about what isn't working like you expect?
I can double check, but I believe it was working last I tried.
@robjloranger How does this work right now? After playing around with wf-cli this is definitely the default behavior I'd like to see, but I'm not seeing it work that way.
Just checking this off the list
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We can at least get started on the frontend now.
This requires T550 -- it's not a required part of it.
We should investigate the feasibility of doing mentions with Markdown links, e.g.
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Also tracked on GitHub #134.
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We're using the autocert library with #write.as_for_teams / rWFMT, and it works really well. Since it's already battle-tested there, I'd say we go with that.
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