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Mon, 14 Jan 2013 13:43:26 -0800 (PST)
From: Ben Gamari <bgamari DOT foss AT gmail DOT com>
To: Enoch <ixew AT hotmail DOT com>, geda-user AT delorie DOT com
Subject: Re: [geda-user] geda-skeleton-project: Lowering the cost of a starting a gEDA project
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Enoch <ixew AT hotmail DOT com> writes:

> Ben Gamari <bgamari DOT foss AT gmail DOT com>
> writes:
>
>> Enoch <ixew AT hotmail DOT com> writes:
>>
>>> A good starting point. 
>>>
>>> 1. Let the skeleton-geda-project replicate itself rather than rename.
>>>
>> I was on the fence about how to approach this. Sleeping over it, I think
>> you are right. Cloning a new repository is a bit nicer than renaming the
>> original.
>
> I am sure many would like to "git pull" your project often without it
> disappearing after each "delivery" :-)
>
Have a look at how things are done now. The init script now clones the
directory it sits within and modifies the newly created project directory.

>> Further concrete suggestions for default configuration options would be
>> quite welcome.
>
> For example, I have in gschemrc the following:
>
> (load-from-path "auto-uref.scm")	       ; load the autonumbering script
> (add-hook! add-component-hook auto-uref)       ; autonumber when adding a component
> (add-hook! copy-component-hook auto-uref)      ; autonumber when copying a component
>
> I find this feature useful when doing design changes.
>
Ahhh, I see. An interesting point. I personally did not know about the
autonumbering script. I use gschem more or less unmodified but only for
lack of knowledge of snippets like this.

> Such scheme snippets though should be introduced as options.
>
Yes, I'm not sure how much configuration I want to impose upon
unsuspecting users. That being said, it's possible that enabling
autonumbering would be a reasonable default.

Cheers,

- Ben

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