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I have that commit deployed. I'll update anyway. The error seems sporadic so I can't be sure it'll reproduce again. Is there any way to be notified of fatals in the daemons?
arcanist 9b8c9d280ea47e7256dd1ac0ff17fe4aa363477e libphutil e276f31b7117d97b8e0e9d948b49085ce75a8f91 phabricator 36e78fd4f7238ea7a95035829ed28f19ff5c813b
We are getting this too. It happens every once in a while.
Aug 14 2015
Jul 14 2015
I'm not sure I follow. The XUnit parser is third party code? From what I gather it's used by two engines included in arc.
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Mar 19 2015
Yeah I figured it wouldn't work anyway, but the exception seemed like something worth reporting.
Mar 18 2015
(Sorry, should've added that before)
Feb 20 2015
Yeah, thats exactly it. I only have one or two repos where empty commits can exist, so I can work around it. Shouldn't be much trouble.
Feb 19 2015
Yeah, that's about it.
Yeah, that's the bug I'm reporting actually. Sorry, it's been a long day
and I didn't see the revision in the commit in diffusion.
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May 15 2014
Fair enough. When you feel like starting this we'll be willing to give you a hand.
As for it breaking for a lot of users fast, I don't imagine why it would. What do you picture here?
May 14 2014
Regarding the discussion, I agree with @hach-que that a solution for most cases doesn't need to be fancy. Just a way to download a library from somewhere is light years ahead of the current way of using libraries and would be a great a improvement.
May 11 2014
Instead of overriding the future, add a method to customize the file parameter.
May 9 2014
Yeah, that sounds better.
Sorry for the ninja diff, I was coding, got into it and forgot to log into IRC to check with you. We don't need this upstream 100% but it would be nice.
Apr 3 2014
Is there a timeline for this? We have an active project that has files that can't be parsed regularly.