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    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    IIRC pytest creates numbered folders per tmpdir fixture and starts overwriting after having 3 folders
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    Also... I was making corrections on a previously rendered project instead of the Cookiecutter Django Package :sob:
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    oh :D
    reminds me of a nice idea I once had
    a tool that when changes to a rendered project are being made, updates the template
    well I don’t really know if it’s a nice idea but I think it would be quite handy for authoring templates
    Tyler Lubeck
    @TylerLubeck
    Have you seen any of the instant markdown renderer plugins? There's a gif of one in action here: https://github.com/suan/vim-instant-markdown
    Could you build something like that, but it renders a view of what the project would look like every time you change the template?
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    also a good idea!
    Tyler Lubeck
    @TylerLubeck
    Kind of an inverse of yours though
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    I usually write tests and code and then search and replace it with cookiecutter variables
    because it’s easier than creating a template and then checking
    but this only works once :D
    Tyler Lubeck
    @TylerLubeck
    Ah, that makes sense. I can think of ways to route forwards - namely, just run cookiecutter behind inotify or something similar - but how could you route backwards?
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    git :D
    Tyler Lubeck
    @TylerLubeck
    Let me know if this isn't the place for this, but you've piqued my interest.
    I can see how that'd work for raw code, but would you be able to add in new template variables?
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    hehe well there are other things to do first - this is just for convenience.
    Yes, I think we could do that with a bit of magic
    a lot of users keep requesting to use cookiecutter to update an existing project that has been rendered with ccokiecutter
    I think git would be the only way to get this done, but probably not w/o conflicts
    Tyler Lubeck
    @TylerLubeck
    Basically taking cookiecutter to render some bundle A, diffing it with a user-specified bundle B, then doing something along the lines of git merge A B?
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    Maintaining a Cookiecutter project updater represents HUGE amount of work. It's something that would either need financing or be part of a service.
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    100% agreed
    @pydanny
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    As a service, it's something that could help fund the Cookiecutter project. As FOSS, it puts an unbelievable amount of burden of maintenance on everyone.
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    @chrisdev just gave me the first case study for Cookiecutter! pydanny/cookiecutter@caf7688
    merged
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    :+1:
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    If your company/organization/agency uses Cookiecutter, please add them to https://github.com/audreyr/cookiecutter/blob/master/case_studies.rst
    Raphael Pierzina
    @hackebrot
    I’m offline friends! Have a great day :cookie:
    Audrey Roy Greenfeld
    @audreyfeldroy
    Day 4 of sprints...a few of us still here :smile:
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    How long might you be there? I've been coding in the quiet hotel room.
    Audrey Roy Greenfeld
    @audreyfeldroy
    Probably all day. We'll let you know if that changes.
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    Great! I'll head over this afternoon.
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    I think the Bokeh folks will be moving to the cookiecutter room :smile:
    Audrey Roy Greenfeld
    @audreyfeldroy
    Cool! This room is starting to get cold now that there are empty tables, so I think that will help
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    Perhaps moving to the round tables in the hallway would be better. It was warmer there yesterday. Diane also found an outside terrace down by the bokeh room.
    Audrey Roy Greenfeld
    @audreyfeldroy
    Yep, just moved actually. We're now just outside Portland 253
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    Heading over in 20 minutes
    Audrey Roy Greenfeld
    @audreyfeldroy
    Keeping an eye out for you @willingc
    We're the table right next to the buffet, hee hee
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    Everyone who contributed during the PyCon 2016 sprints: https://gist.github.com/pydanny/399a431fd91a25620a75a2ce99385566
    Carol Willing
    @willingc
    Nice! I like how you included the bots too!
    Jami Schwarzwalder
    @jschwarzwalder
    Hello
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    Hi @jschwarzwalder
    Jami Schwarzwalder
    @jschwarzwalder
    @pydanny where would one go to get "started" with cookie cutter
    Daniel Roy Greenfeld
    @pydanny
    @jschwarzwalder The fundamentals are at http://cookiecutter.readthedocs.io/en/latest/first_steps.html
    Mark Biggers
    @biggers
    Nosing about, but have not found any cookiecutter-template for Twisted project(s) service / Klein / .... Any pointers?