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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    html template documentation?

    > <input type="text" class="stdedit selectFile_xml" name="pref_restorefile" id="restorefile" value="[% prefs.restorefile %]" size="40">
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    > I'd like to open the file picker at prefs.*somefolder* and I need to get
    > the value of prefs.*restorefile* to pass the restore file path to the


    And somefolder is not set in restorefile yet? I don't think you can set
    it otherwise. Which, tbh, I've wanted to change several times... but I
    never got to it. I'd be happy to merge a PR :-).

    > BTW I use *selectFile_xml*. Why does it allow me to choose a folder?


    Don't know. It's been a long time since I worked on this...

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    One question about github releases: do you use their website to create a release version and upload a LMS-ready binary or do you do this from your command line (maybe using github's gh binary)?

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    Babelfish's Best Boy mherger's Avatar
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    html template documentation?

    > One question about *github releases*: do you use their website to create
    > a release version and upload a LMS-ready binary or do you do this from
    > your command line (maybe using github's gh binary)?


    This probably isn't the best place to ask this question. I personally
    have never used Github releases. I simply tag a release. But there's
    documentation for this on GH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afriend View Post
    One question about github releases: do you use their website to create a release version and upload a LMS-ready binary or do you do this from your command line (maybe using github's gh binary)?
    Are you talking about packaging the plugin zip+repository xml or something else ?
    I think most plugin developers so far package the zip themselves using command line tools and manually upload it or host it on their own web site, but thatĺs probably because most plugins was developed before GitHub action CI framework existed.
    Erland Isaksson (My homepage)
    Developer of many plugins/applets
    Starting with LMS 8.0 I no longer support my plugins/applets (see here for more information )

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