Alright. here’s what showed up
Ok thanks, and you still get the error containing
2.3 when you run
Can you try running the same command, but with the full path to the 2.7 gem. So
/usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/2.7.0/bin/discourse_theme download kache-tests
This worked. Thanks a lot!!!
To try and uninstall the broken version, you should be able to do something like:
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/2.3/usr/bin/gem uninstall discourse_theme
And then hopefully the correct version will take over when you type
Alright. Thanks a bunch for your help!
Is there a way to tell
discourse_theme what file extensions to ignore?
» Detected changes in 2 files, uploading theme ✘ ✘ Error in extra_js discourse/templates/components/categories-boxes.hbs~: Unrecognized file extension: hbs~ ✘ ✘ ✘ Error in extra_js discourse/templates/components/subcategory-wrapper.hbs~: Unrecognized file extension: hbs~ ✘ ✘ (end of errors) ✔ Done! Watching for changes...
This message seems new and is an improvement, I think.
And for a while, at least, it would just crash if you used visual studio due to what I assume must be its backup and/or lock files. I’ve not tried today. (I’m slow to leave the One True Editor.)
I don’t see where
extra_js lives in order to try to fix it up.
Interesting… no, right now we don’t have any way to set ignored patterns. Maybe we could teach the CLI to read a .gitignore or .ignore file
Meanwhile, I told emacs to keep backup and temp files elsewhere. But paying attention to git ignore is a great idea.
Hi there, I am experiencing the same issue. Was this resolved for you?