mihaiconstantin03/22/2022, 1:41 PM
kevins803/22/2022, 3:11 PM
file - native workspace only has a
file reason: we started off with only code workspaces but got feedback that users wanted to use dendron within *existing vscode workspaces. we therefore introduced native workspaces - as long as dendron discovers a
file in one of the folders that is managed by your current workspace, it will load it as a native workspace. > Well, if I just add to my VSCode workspace the path to the Dendron workspace (i.e., "path": "path/to/my/dendron/notes") then open a Dendron note and reload the window, Dendron gets activated and the look-up bar works. @User this is the intended behavior
mihaiconstantin03/22/2022, 3:18 PM
will be managed by
? Or will they have to instead be placed in a
corresponding to each vault? I am referring to settings like
. I just tried moving, for example,
to a vault's
and it didn't work.
kevins803/22/2022, 3:20 PM
wouldn't apply if you open them up in a different vscode workspace. you would need to copy those settings into the parent workspace
mihaiconstantin03/22/2022, 3:22 PM
kevins803/22/2022, 3:26 PM
xg03/22/2022, 3:38 PM
so that I can have it in a
folder inside my "vault"? And also have all the files that dendron needs be created inside
? I tried doing this and tried setting
but it didnt work 😁
vaults: -> - fsPath: ../
kevins803/22/2022, 3:43 PM
to be at the top level when used by itself. is this an important part of your workflow?
xg03/22/2022, 3:48 PM
kevins803/22/2022, 4:10 PM
self contained vaults
- vault/ - lots of files...
the idea is that you can share
- my-vault/ - README.md - dendron.yml - notes/ - lots of files... - dependencies/ - other vaults...
and you have everything you need to access notes, even when they are spread across multiple vaults
property and you can link to a vault by name. see https://wiki.dendron.so/notes/3472226a-ff3c-432d-bf5d-10926f39f6c2.html#cross-vault-links
xg03/22/2022, 4:28 PM
self contained vaults:
- folder A - dendron.yml - folder B/ - lots of note files ... - folder C/ - lots of note files ...
How is the situation different with regard to "i want to share my notes as a github repo but currently since the vaults is a flat folder of thousands of files, this is unwiedly"
- folder A/ - README.md - dendron.yml - folder B/ - lots of note files... - dependencies/ - folder N - lots of note files ...
kevins803/22/2022, 4:44 PM
is a workspace. we currently recommend that you version workspaces and vaults separately. so users would need to share a workspace which then pulls down a vault (which is a different repo) after self contained vaults,
would be a vault. you can version just the vault and collaborators would only need to pull down that to access all functionality
xg03/22/2022, 4:47 PM
mihaiconstantin03/23/2022, 6:55 AM