The broader structural issue here is:
Jul 10 2020
Jul 9 2020
A second issue is that some of the "publish" behavior depends on the commit/revision relationship. This can still be sequenced correctly entirely in the publish daemon, but "close related revisions" and "publish the commit" are not entirely independent.
This appears stable.
Jul 8 2020
Jul 7 2020
Jul 6 2020
See PHI1807. At time of writing, arc land can delete the local master if you land it onto itself. This isn't a big deal (it gives you the command to get it back), but not intended and undesirable. Although it isn't recommended, arc land is supposed to support working in master and landing master into itself.
Jul 3 2020
- Improve "stack" behavior.
A sometimes-suitable replacement would be some bin/request mechanism which simulates a web request in process. There are some limits to how authentic this can be, but for some substantial subset of hangs it may still be useful.
Jul 1 2020
PHI1776 is another report of this behavior.