@metellius I tried your patch, but I hit the same issue; arc diff reports an Invalid or missing field "Test Plan"; I guess I need to tweak something in the commit msg parser... you didn't need that?
May 13 2016
@metellius did you succeed patching phabricator? If so, how did you do it exactly? I tried with
Dec 3 2015
Fwiw, it looks like Windows may at some point provide native sshd support judging from http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powershell/archive/2015/10/19/openssh-for-windows-update.aspx
Nov 28 2015
So I guess this bug is neither a known issue nor do you want me to provide more details since it's a prototype app?
Nov 27 2015
Nov 6 2014
btw, found another such case in our history pushed by @thoughtpolice
I don't recall all the history here, but I seem to recall --signoff was a feature added to git for reviewing linux kernel patches.
Sep 25 2014
As I'd prefer to have everything use ssh, I assume one will be able to continue to use ssh to control windows hosts by not declaring them to be windows hosts (but rather unix hosts)? (assuming this differential goes in)
Sep 18 2014
@hach-que Fyi, one reason one might want to integrate with Jenkins is that you have to share the existing resource with other people/projects as you can't get your own hardware resource for whatever reason. That said, I'm happy if a Jenkins-agnostic way to integrate with 3rd party build-bots remains available.
Sep 15 2014
For the record, here's an example of what we have to cope with in our code-base: https://phabricator.haskell.org/diffusion/GHC/browse/master/.mailmap