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- Jun 10 2021, 05:36 (130 w, 4 d)
1b. Did you restart FastCGI after updating the code?
Sat, Dec 9
Fri, Dec 8
Unless something broke, this task is now complete.
- add PHP version
Wed, Dec 6
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Sun, Dec 3
add PHP version information to the view.
Fri, Dec 1
I'm just glossing over this - is ArcanistPhpunitTestResultParser now learning to parse generic "junit style xml" format?
Thu, Nov 30
Wed, Nov 29
If you can hop on IRC/Conpherence in about 4 hours (around 20:00 UTC), I can try debugging this interactively.
maybe use an PhabricatorSearchIntField with a default provided in the buildCustomSearchFields() ?
What kind of operation are you doing that involves loading all tasks in a browser?
If this is the only place where we have a "limit"/"page size" field, maybe just remove it?
Mon, Nov 27
Is this the only place where we have a "Page size" exposed in the search?
- rm commented out code
Sat, Nov 25
The feature was removed for performance and private concerns. I thought Gravatar was alread dead.
I aslo don't see the point of this feature, but that's another issue.
I don't see the point in having this feature. What is it for?
Fri, Nov 24
- update some copy
Sun, Nov 19
From a product POV, I agree with @valerio.bozzolan - there is (sometimes) some information on commits that would be nice to index in a search engine - comments, mostly.
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I don't have much of an attention span these days, sorry.
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Yeah, the first run of arc lint creates the file, and subsequent runs do not update it.
Oct 6 2023
I've taken the habit of updating to "latest RC" whenever I make an RC cut (every 3-4 months?), and then leaving it there until I feel like updating to master.
"I feel like updating to master" ususally means "there's something interesting there", and unless it's only interesting to this install, I tend to also cut the RC while I'm at it (or wait for when I do that).
Oct 5 2023
great - see D25446
@fgaz can you try this and see if it it works for you?
I'm looking at PhutilLibraryMapBuilder:analyzeLibrary(), and it kinda looks like:
- if $this->fileSymbolMap is null, we call analyzeLibrary()`
- We load the data from the file if it's there
- We update the data
- We store it in $this->fileSymbolMap
- and we always save it to disk
There's no return in analyzeLibrary`, so if we got there, we'll save to disk. And there's no other write to fileSymbolMap, so we'll always get there.
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So would the latter option mean doing $html_details = array($head, $more, implode(' ', $exceptions)); here? I kind of find this approach cleaner than appending a space to each item in the $exceptions array.
I don't think we have a specific task for "general UI text improvements" - there's the UX project, but "improve UX" is an ongoing process, so I don't think a single parent task is a good match.
Interestingly: https://secure.phabricator.com/T10574 argues for removal of the additional data from edges.
... whereas the $html_details is constructed as merely array($head, $more, $exceptions); ...
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Without a reproduction, this is speculative.
Why would a branch name be an integer and not a string?
Sep 15 2023
Yeah, I generally agree with "let the user set the width of the page"...
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Sep 11 2023
Can you add a couple of tests to https://we.phorge.it/source/arcanist/browse/master/src/utils/__tests__/cowsay/ ?