[wp-hackers] GitHub submodule theme development?
simon.weil at naturalint.com
Fri Jul 5 15:22:33 UTC 2013
You can use the yeoman wordpress generator for this (I have only played
with it till now but looks promising):
npm install -g yo generator-yo-wordpress
npm install -g yo generator-wordpress
On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 6:02 PM, Brian Hogg <brian at brianhogg.ca> wrote:
> Mark pointed out that these shouldn't be together, as the config files in
> the public web root contain passwords. Perhaps another layer so they're
> out of the web root or just keep them separated?
> On 2013-07-04, at 11:02 PM, Brad Parbs <brad at bradparbs.com> wrote:
> > I just switched over my installs to use WordPress in a Git submodule.
> > Check out http://github.com/bradp/wpeagles to see it in action. I based
> it off of Mark Jaquith's wp-stack and WordPress skeleton, check those out
> > Brad Parbs
> > On Jul 4, 2013, at 9:55 PM, Micky Hulse <mickyhulse.lists at gmail.com>
> >> Hello,
> >> Just curious if anyone here develops themes using GitHub submodules?
> >> I"ve got a standard WordPress local/XAMPP/GitHub/production workflow
> >> setup and that's working pretty good (I've got WordPress setup as a
> >> submodule). I was starting a new theme and thought it might be cool to
> >> make it a submodule.
> >> Before I start down that path, I just wanted to see if anyone here
> >> does this as a regular part of their theme dev workflow? If yes, do
> >> you have any tips? What's your workflow like?
> >> Thanks!
> >> M
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