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    Tom Langeraet commented  · 

    Adding "PreDeploy.ps1", "Deploy.ps1" or "PostDeploy.ps1" scripts to your NuGet package will trigger the Octopus built-in hooks and execute your custom scripts, which you can store in source control ...

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    Tom Langeraet commented  · 

    I am referring to the following log item, which originates from Octostach:

    `The following tokens were unable to be evaluated: '#{aaa}', '#{bbb}'`

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    Tom Langeraet commented  · 

    I am also struggling with a similar issue, where the idea is practically the same. When we create step templates for others to use, they shouldn't know about the underlying dependency on script modules.

    So your idea is good, but it might be better to make it somewhat more generic, so all (no matter what type) step templates can depend on script modules ...

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