Test Template Output
At any point, you can test your template against your $SAMPLE.
- Generate $CODE:
CODE=$SAMPLES/code ns generate $CODE -t $TEMPLATE
Make sure it is generating the right files. Add whatever
--excludestatements you want and run this:
DIFFS_FILE=$NS_DIR/diffs diff -qr --exclude=node_modules \ --exclude=.git \ --exclude=.idea \ $SAMPLE/ $CODE/ | sed "s|$SAMPLE|\$SAMPLE|g" \ | sed "s|$CODE|\$CODE|g" \ | sed "s|: |\/|g" \ | sed "s|Only in \$SAMPLE/|not being generated: |g" \ | sed "s|Only in \$CODE/|new added: |g" \ | sort > $DIFFS_FILE
Make corrections. If you are seeing differences, and they are for generated files (static or dynamic), either you are generating them wrong or you simply need to insert into $CODE the custom changes.
To turn $CODE into a version of $SAMPLE that works with your template, run this code for any file not working. The example give
DIFFERENT_FILE=src/commands/push.ts DIFF_FOR_FILE=~/ns/diffs-file diff $OLD_FILE/$DIFFERENT_FILE $NEW_FILE/$DIFFERENT_FILE | sed '/^> /d' | sed 's/< //g' > DIFF_FOR_FILE
Then edit the result and you'll see a nice list of code to add to the $CODE version, even telling you the line numbers.
But if a change that you see is due to an error in generation, you have to modify $TEMPLATE and regenerate again.