These are chat archives for internalfx/quickshot

6th
Apr 2015
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 17:42
0.5.3 released
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 19:05
Awesome thanks @internalfx — is it going to ignore #4 GitIgnore only or can we also use another file as reference for ignore?
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 19:08
That feature isn't here just yet. But it may be released today. Will be version 0.6.0 when it ships.
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 19:09
Great, thanks for the update @internalfx
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:13
@/all 0.6.0 Is released, adds ignore file support.
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 22:25
@internalfx awesome news, thanks again!
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:32
Its not documented yet.
you will need to re-run quickshot configure
you will see a new option for using ignore files
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 22:40
@internalfx — getting a Failed to transfer [422] layout/theme.liquid but Google say's that Shopify says that's a "Cart Error" any additional insight you can provide?
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:41
A 422 means that the content is usually invalid.
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 22:41
that's what i figured — going line-by-line now, perhaps a missing Liquid Tag or something.
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:41
I typically run into that when I put malformed liquid code into a template...or do something else that shopify doesn't like
I think you nailed it
But it does bring up a good point...
The error could be more helpful.
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 22:42
can those errors be brought in?
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:42
I think they should be, if possible.
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 22:42
in Theme Admin Edit or w/e it shows the two line errors — i wonder if they do allow that info in their API
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:43
It's certainly worth checking out.
Do you have an example of something that breaks. or do i just need to not close a tag
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 22:45
it appears just the other coder used {% case 'customers' %} instead of {% when 'customers' %}
that caused it to break Shopify Validation it appears
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 06 2015 22:47
cool, I've opened #9
Feel free to comment more cases you run into.
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 06 2015 23:11
@internalfx awesome sounds good, thanks