Template versioning that can be controlled by git

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It would nice if you had some kind of versioning that would allow templates to be checked into (or somehow controlled by git). We have integrated Parseur with our custom internal system that communicates with Parseur by API. The code in our system is all controlled by git, so we can create reproducible builds. However, every time we make a change to something in Parseur, it must be done manually. This is prone to error, especially when you have dozens of templates.

If we could control our Parseur templates with git, that would make life much easier. It would also make it easier to create regression tests that we could run to make sure all the old and new templates are working correctly.

If you do not want to allow your templates to be directly checked into git, perhaps you could provide some kind of unique token (checksum hash, UUID, etc) that is associated with a template. Then we could use that token to control which templates are active (via your API).

Under consideration Suggested by: Jeff Groves Upvoted: 27 Oct, '22 Comments: 0

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