Release Date: 2019-01-24T02:18:47Z
- add new step pypyr.steps.getenv Whereas pypyr.steps.env raises an error if you are getting an environment variable that doesn’t exist, the new envget allows you to specify a default value to use instead. ref #111
- some documentation updates to demonstrate how to use py strings for ternary assignments
- built-in pypes use comment rather than description where output is not meant for operator consumption ref #109
- alias the
--log, so you can now do
pypyr mypipe --log 10think of the savings just on keyboard wear and tear!
You can find pypyr release v2.3.0 on github, where you can click through to associated Issues, Pull Requests and Users.
Released by yaythomas.