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- Sep 30 2014, 1:08 PM (255 w, 19 h)
Jul 16 2016
Just wanted to chime in that I've just encountered this as well. Just did an upgrade, and hundreds (possibly thousands?) of old commits are somehow being reprocessed and are pushed to the feed. It's been processing for a couple of hours now, no idea how much work remains....
Mar 15 2016
Yeah, I understand, although too bad if that task is as low-pri and as large an undertaking as it seems. :/
Mar 14 2016
Any progress on this?
Nov 10 2015
Any chance this could be speeded up if we were to sponsor some of the development on this?
Big yes, please to this. I came across this task when looking into a way to exclude our Python tests when creating diffs when only our front-end JS code has been touched, for instance. It seems this feature will allow just that?
Jun 8 2015
Seems to work fine, which doesn't suprise me ref. my last comment...
How should I do that? But we have further info. A collegue of mine checked out my branch, and successfully created the diff I was unable to. So this seems to be specific to my user...
FYI, I also created creating the diff manually through Differential on the web interface. Same exception occured.
I'm sorry for bumping this, but I'm actually totally stuck, and can't seem to find any way to create revisions. We just upgraded Phabricator again to see if this had been resolved since our initial upgrade this weekend, but no go...
I think we're bitten by the same issue, although nothing to do with Conduit on our end as far as I can tell. Creating a new revision with arc diff crashes for me today, and that is after we upgraded Phabricator this weekend. Stack trace:
May 15 2015
Apr 30 2015
I'm sorry to say I don't for the life of me understand how "this feature (as it exists today) is a net improvement to Differential". See this screenshot from one of our reviews, which both hightlights the fact that the diff is terribly difficult to read, and even more important, has major issues with where the forward-moving comments appear:
Apr 27 2015
Apr 26 2015
We're liking the new feature to mark inline comments as done, however, we dislike the change that makes old comments "stick" to updated diffs. This makes it much harder to read the new updated diff when there are lots of inline comments. Any plans to improve this somehow?
Sep 30 2014
I haven't contributed anything to Phabricator yet, but this is a feature we need, so I might be able to take a stab at this. Any feedback whether this is something that will be accepted, and how complicated it might be?