extension ExtPose

GitHub Enhanced Comments

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Description from extension meta

Automatically replaces placeholder like {repo_name} inside your issues and comments with actual values

Image from store GitHub Enhanced Comments
Description from store Especially useful in combination with GitHub saved replies. Possible placeholders are: {repo_name} inserts the name of the repository {repo_url} inserts the full URL of the repositoy {author} inserts the @name of the author of the issue {owner} inserts the @owner of the repository {owner_url} inserts the full URL of the owner of the repository Additionally you can add some string modifier to each placeholder: {upper_case_repo_name} 'github-enhanced-comments' becomes 'GITHUB-ENHANCED-COMMENTS' {camel_case_repo_name} 'github-enhanced-comments' becomes 'githubEnhancedComments' ... The following modifiers can be used: lower_case, upper_case, camel_case, pascal_case, snake_case, param_case

Latest issues

  • (2022-01-26, v:1.1.0) Maximilian Schiller: Doesn't work anymore
    Just found your extension after searching for a way to have placeholders/variables in saved replies. I was very excited to find it and then quickly disappointed when it didn't work... it just replaces the placeholders with undefined or null. I assume GitHub changed something and the extension can't resolve the values for the placeholders anymore. Would be awesome if you could update the extension to work again or make it open source so I could fix it myself. If you don't have time for that (fully understand if you don't), could you at least explain to me how it used to work so I can create a fixed extension myself? Thanks!

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Rating
5.0 (2 votes)
Last update / version
2019-03-08 / 1.1.0
Listing languages
en

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