November 23
dub.selections.json has a feature where you can point a dependency at a filesystem path instead of a version.

Usually, when fixing a bug in a dub package, you have found the bug in the context of another project that uses that one. To test if your fix works, you can either edit the ~/.dub project, which is terrible, or redirect the dub selection path, which is annoying.

"dub edit" would aid with this workflow:

- check out the dependency at master in a subfolder of the current project (./.dub/wip/ maybe?)
- redirect the dub.selections.json entry for the dependency into that path
- possibly run some user-configured command (xterm? code .?) in the new path to open an IDE or shell.

This may seem a small change, but IMO common workflows should be trivial. WDYT?