ggsrun was updated to v.1.4.0
v1.4.0 (January 25, 2018)
Google Apps Script API was finally released. From this version, ggsrun uses this API. So ggsrun got to be able to use not only projects of standalone script type, but also projects of container-bound script type. I hope this updated ggsrun will be useful for you.
- To users which are using ggsrun with v1.3.4 and/or less.
- For retrieving, downloading, creating and updating projects, Apps Script API is used.
- About retrieving information of projects, the information from Drive API is more than that from Apps Script API. So I used Drive API in this situation.
- Please read how to enable APIs.
- ggsrun got to be able to use both standalone scripts and container-bound scripts by Apps Script API.
- Create projects
- Update projects
- There are some issues for creating projects.
- After Manifests was added to GAS, the time zone can be set by it. But when a new project is created by API, I noticed that the time zone is different from own local time zone. When a new project is manually created by browser, the time zone is the same to own local time zone. I think that this may be a bug. So I added an option for setting time zone when a new project is created. And also I reported about this to Google Issue Tracker.
- If you want to create a bound script in Slide, an error occurs. When a bound script can be created to Spreadsheet, Document and Form using Apps Script API. Furthermore, when the bound script in Slide is updated, it works fine. So I think that this may be also a bug. I reported about this to Google Issue Tracker.
- About this, when you create a bound script in Slides, if ggsrun returns no errors, it means that this issue was solved.
- Both standalone scripts and container-bound scripts can be rearranged.
- The file of
appsscriptfor Manifests is always displayed to the top of files on the script editor, while the array of files can be changed. I think that this is the specification.
- The file of
- For the option
exe1for executing GAS, it can use for both standalone scripts and container-bound scripts.
- Delete files using file ID on Google Drive.
- Delete files in the project.
- ggsrun can create new container-bound script in the new Google Docs.
- For example, ggsrun creates a new Spreadsheet and uploads the script files to the Spreadsheet as a container-bound script.
- Retrieve and create versions of projects.
- Unified the order of directories for searching
- Some modifications.
You can read “How to install” at here.
You can check this and download ggsrun at https://github.com/tanaikech/ggsrun.