There's an archgenxml idea that I'd like to pop onto those interested to get some feedback.
Basic premise: Give filesystem development more prominence.
Some issues that could bug you if you work with the code that archgenxml generates (or even just have to look at it):
What I hope is doable and acceptable: to give archgenxml the ability to leave the sourcefile alone as much as possible.
This does mean that you have to do more housekeeping yourself. If you remove some dependency, you'll have to remove the import statement yourself, for instance.
Archgenxml will still generate contenttypes with good defaults, but it will be much less aggressive in maintaining its iron order inside its files. This might not be everybody's piece of cake. It might be horribly undoable. It might have to be a config setting.
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