I think that the Last Change button may also be missing an anchor tag. Clicking it on this page has no effect https://secure.phabricator.com/source/phabricator/browse/master/.arcunit but if I fiddle with the HTML and change the button to a then it works as expected.
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What do you use file content search from the web UI for? (That is, in what situations is web UI search better than git grep?)
I execute content searches very frequently (hundreds per day?) but about 99.9% of them are git grep and maybe ~0.1% are web UI.
I'd be happy if you just added Grep File Contents search at the base repository view. It is kinda annoying that I have to click into a sub-folder to grep (sometimes I don't remember which folder it is in).
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@nervus70, I use satis to do this and it works fine with phabricator. You should easy be able to use https://secure.phabricator.com/api/diffusion.repository.search to generate the satis config if you have a ton of repos.
Apr 15 2017
Eh ... I just opened up an incognito tab and it didn't reproduce so maybe this is just something wonky on my end. Feel free to close this if it doesn't reproduce for you guys.
Mar 9 2017
Ehh, that seems messy/a lot of maintenance for a single file. It'd be perfect if you could tie a paste to a file in diffusion and handle access control through the paste since that already supports policies, but I doubt upstream has any interest in that.
Yeah, good point. I guess what I really want is "the ability to generate a static download URL with custom policy controls to a file in a diffusion". Looks like I should host this file somewhere else because I don't want the entire repo to be public.
This doesn't quite work because the redirect to the raw version requires auth while navigating directly to the temp file appears to be publicly accessible.
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I probably did something dumb when changing over from master to stable (I'm the only one that administers this instance and I know we've never modified phab's source). I should be good to go on the version front now?
I'm now running on the following after performing last week's upgrade.
Yeah, I think I screwed something up when I switched from master to stable. After following the merge commits all the way down I ran into this commit:
commit 0d3393731b3b915c494cece7676eec22f2f68578 Merge: 5abccaf 9d10727 Author: xxx <email@example.com> Date: Thu Jan 5 18:04:21 2017 -0500
Ah woops, looks like I searched for the wrong variable for InnoDB fulltext support:
Thanks for looking further into this @epriestley and sorry for the less than ideal bug report. Please feel free to re-title/merge/close as you see fit.
When I ran into this issue, I was attempting to automatically file tasks when my application encountered some unknown exception/error. I didn't want to file duplicate tasks for the same errors, so I was first going to look up the task name that followed some standard format like Error: <file> <line> .... I was testing with the string This is a test and was confused whythe conduit maniphest.search endpoint was not returning any results, but I could lookup other task names fine.
Jan 23 2017
- Create a task named This is a test
- Search for This is a test, nothing found
Jan 21 2017
I'll make sure to update this task with full reproduction steps on Monday.
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Yep, here is the default value on all the installs of PHP I've done from source:
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Also, if you just want to look at a subset of tasks you can always create a query panel using flags on your dashboard and flag the tasks you care about. I've been doing that lately and it feels pretty good to me.
Jul 6 2016
Looks like this should be available in 7.1 btw: https://wiki.php.net/rfc/async_signals#proposed_voting_choices.
Jun 2 2016
Will the following work to fix this?
Feb 29 2016
Finally, I can internet at 100% efficiency.
Feb 24 2016
The logic is that if you have 50 milestones, you are probably much more interested in milestones 50, 49 and 48 (this week / next week / last week) than milestone 1 (a year ago).
I'm also a bit confused why it is ordered Milestone 3 > Milestone 2 > Milestone 1. I would assume that the third milestone is the furthest target to hit and should be displayed on the right?
Feb 20 2016
Ah cool, good to know. Thanks for the quick fix!
Feb 19 2016
So I looked into this and it is the call to area.focus() in the setSelectionRange method in https://secure.phabricator.com/diffusion/P/browse/master/webroot/rsrc/js/core/TextAreaUtils.js (unsure what line, my view of this file is plaintext here) that causes the scrolling. I removed this line and it seemed to have the expected behavior but who knows what other problems removing it may cause.
Yep, Chrome on Kubuntu.
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Commenting to show my interest in such a script. I'd be completely fine if the migration script did what @jdforrester described and merged members of A to B.
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Specifically, you want to run the following command. This is just the default value + php.
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Yep, that was the issue. I needed to pull down some changes so I actually ran:
Also, there is nothing in my .gitconfig about [remote].
Woops. I just assumed that since git remote show origin listed the branch as tracked under remote branches, that it was tracked.
I successfully was able to land onto a remotely tracked branch other than master but hit this:
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As much as I have enjoyed the "real time" support, I agree that you guys should drop it. As a user of phabricator and as someone who has to support a similar suite of software for a company internally, I've always been surprised how responsive you guys were to support issues while still churning out work.
Aug 15 2015
At my company, the majority of non-technical users simply turned off email notifications entirely. I know it won't happen but it would be awesome to be able to say "turn off everything but subscribed Maniphest tasks for this user" because then I could still get them to reply to tasks that I've cc'd then on. Otherwise, I have to have the conversation outside of phab and keep the task updated myself.
Jul 23 2015
Description describes me!
Jul 10 2015
I don't need this but I want it!
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Jun 30 2015
fred@natnet:~$ cat /etc/lsb-release DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=15.04 DISTRIB_CODENAME=vivid DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 15.04"
Chrome Version 43.0.2357.130 (64-bit) (Linux). I've tried clearing cache and it didn't resolve it.
It looks like the icons in some (maybe all font-awesomey) dropdowns are vertically misaligned.
Jun 27 2015
Huh, well I don't think I'm crazy. I'll take a screenshot if it happens again.
Green now, is this behind an lb or could a server be misconfigured?
Currently on phone so I'm a bit limited but secure.phabricator.com is showing a red lock and the "Your connection is not private warning".
Unsure if it is due to this but chrome is complaining about your ssl cert.
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May 8 2015
Because I wasted enough time on this, I went ahead and reproduced it so hopefully no one else does. Proof in P1779.
I think this is due to the fact that I had --enable-sigchild in my compiled php, but I can't confirm. Finally configured with the following and I am gtg.
Reproducible with P1777. Any chance you guys compile php from source and I could get the output of php -i | grep configure?
I've noticed it a few times as well. Always goes away after a refresh and may or may not happen after I've restarted php5-fpm.
May 4 2015
And further, it seems to work fine as the web user.
Ok, I'll see if I can get a test case with LinesOfALargeExecFuture that reproduces it.
Seems to work fine.