I never thought of this feature tbh. Because the plugin is rather simple and rudimentary.
I actually do save the 2 metadata fields:
‘linked_attribute_value’ and ‘linked_attribute’ (https://github.com/dingo-d/simple-linked-variations-for-woocommerce/blob/master/simple-linked-variations-for-woocommerce.php#L243)
Not sure how the woo importer/exporter works tbh and what are the changes needed for it to work.
Also, you mentioned that you’d contribute with the code for the plugin but that the license needs to be changed. It’s GPLv2+ atm, what is wrong with that and how is it hindering you from contributing to the code?
Feel free to fork the plugin from the git, and if you want you can submit a PR with the fix, that would be great, because I don’t have the time to work on it :/
Hi, thanks for the reply.
• It was terrible of me to assume the license without looking it up. I was mentally drained from handling somewhere around 40k lines of woocommerce spread sheet data for import on that day. While not an excuse, it can show to my frame of mind at the time of writing that post.
– I saw the license type after and I intended to return to edit my post, I obviously forgot to do that. Apologies.
• I see that the spreadsheet does have the meta columns. Rather interesting.
Anyhow, I completely understand your points and lack of time(or even want if there’s no want) to apply to updates.
Thank you for the work you did..and if I do append any work.. I’ll be sure to submit it.