Command died with status 255: " sudo -u www-data /opt/phabricator/phabricator/scripts/mail/mail_handler.php". Command output: [2017-11-21 14:54:22] EXCEPTION: (InvalidArgumentException) Argument 1 passed to idx() must be of the type array, boolean given, called in /opt/phabricator/phabricator/scripts/mail/mail_handler.php on line 42 and defined at [<phutil>/src/error/PhutilErrorHandler.php:200] arcanist(head=master, ref.master=90546042144f), phabricator(head=master,
Did something change in the search code recently? After updating to 2017 week 47 (from week 45) our search quality has degraded horribly. I don't know if it's ferret related, do ngrams now take precedence over fulltext results from elastic? I can't see any relevant code changes in the git log for the two weeks in question
The type of ID field is int(10) unsigned, which according to https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/integer-types.html has a limit of about 4 Billion IDs.
You should be able to change it to bitint unsigned if that's not enough.
Hei there, anyone here with experience using the calendar.event.edit Conduit Call? I can't manage to use use it properly when setting Dates :-( https://discourse.phabricator-community.org/t/setting-start-enddate-in-calender-api-calls/845
I was trying to set up Phab to observe an SVN repo. The SVN user does not have permission to access the root url, but only has access to a sub folder. This user is able to checkout code normally on his computer, but using the same user as credential for the SVN URI fails since the user does not have permission to the root.
Hi Folks, maybe it's a stupid question and I haven't tried to find the answer in the docs hard enough; in this case please excuse my question: I would like to build a Git feature branch using Harbormaster and Herold whenever it changes but I don't want to track that branch or better said the featurebranch will be deleted after integration. Is this possible?
@arcadien Me too :D for the releases. I've thought several days about how to handle the staging and I came to the conclusion, that there is no better choice then using arc diff with Herald, Harbormaster and Jenkins. The problem is most of my colleges don't have the motivation for code reviews but all of them (including non-devs) want to review the built applications. So I have several choices: Let them cluttering the integration and release branches (which is a disaster for deployment and automated builds), try to support them with (tracked/untracked) "shared" topic branches (yes I know its a no go in general) or try (again) to let them use differentials. The only challenge is now to make the deployment of arc and it's local usage as easy as possible for them ^^ ... so they can't complain and get their stage builds for sharing.
$ arc liberate [2018-03-08 13:37:53] EXCEPTION: (Exception) Definition of class 's NuanceQue' in file 'applications/nuance/storage/NuanceQueue.php' duplicates prior definition in file 'applications/nuance/query/NuanceQuery.php'. You can not declare the same symbol twice. at [<phutil>\src\moduleutils\PhutilLibraryMapBuilder.php:354] phutil(head=master, ref.master=dedf260c7755) #0 PhutilLibraryMapBuilder::buildLibraryMap(array) called at [<phutil>\src\moduleutils\PhutilLibraryMapBuilder.php:507] #1 PhutilLibraryMapBuilder::analyzeLibrary() called at [<phutil>\src\moduleutils\PhutilLibraryMapBuilder.php:77] #2 PhutilLibraryMapBuilder::buildMap() called at [<phutil>\src\moduleutils\PhutilLibraryMapBuilder.php:109] #3 PhutilLibraryMapBuilder::buildAndWriteMap() called at [<phutil>\scripts\phutil_rebuild_map.php:75]
For a Project's Menu, is there an easier way to add a link to an "All tasks with this Tag" Maniphest query without manually creating the query each time? It would be nice to have a general solution that could be copy-pasted to all projects, so that on any project page you could jump to the tasks that have that tag.
Hello. I was wondering if phabricator has a way to configure diffs to collapse by default auto generated files.
In my mind, it would be nice if I could add some paths to .arcconfig and whenever they are presented on the files path, those files would be collapsed by default on the diff.
The reason why I'm looking for this feature, is because when I'm reviewing code that have many snaps, its a little hard to navigate between the files due to the vertical size of the snaps.
Another possible solution, and perhaps much easier, would be to have a button on the bottom right, that takes me back to the list of the files from anywhere on the diff.