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- Jan 24 2015, 8:48 PM (243 w, 7 h)
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Jul 20 2017
Is good movie. I's recommending. 2nd after-credit scene was really surprising, well done and whole cinema was awestruck.
Jul 4 2017
instead of git branch once could use arc feature which does (I think) basically the same, but gives hint about what mindset to use where.
Jun 19 2017
Unicode Zero Width Space to the rescue!
Jun 11 2017
well script-and-regex is NOT anything complex... or you can try and add zero-widht-space as a rule to arcanist Text linter or make own linter extension... anything is good ;)
May 25 2017
@nemobis - um, you've ever been in enterprise software dependent business? I do consulting for companies that pay thousands euro per year per single solution (having 5-10 is norm) and within that they get sometimes as much as "3 free support ticket" or "50 free support tickets and 3 voting points for features". I personally developed some back-end solution to deal with one problem that started happening in version 4 of one software and got fixed after ~6 years. In version 10. why? because "this problem impacted only 17% of our customers and can be fixed manually. to have fix developed specially for you, pay us ~20x as much as you pay per yer per licence". And that.is.considered.normal.
@epriestley - pholio needs some EditEngine love 😉
May 22 2017
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May 3 2017
Remove failing test case due to hardcoded line endings "\n". This means that "\r\n" line endings are generally no-go.
May 2 2017
Let's not poke it further then. May we agree to remove trailing-whitespace-4.lint-test and say that "\r\n" line endings are generally no-go? This would slash troubleshooting this and all other callsites that have hardcoded line endings 😉
add failing test case
I had 4th test file for cr/lf lineendings but couldn't get past
In 'trailing-whitespace-4.lint-test', expected lint to raise autofix on line 1 at char 28, but no autofix was raised. Actually raised: error at line 1, char 1: TXT1 DOS Newlines error at line 1, char 28: TXT2 Tab Literal
May 1 2017
Hi! I'd love to submit diff + better test cases for this case. I have 3 additional test cases and better character class for whitespace.
Apr 22 2017
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Apr 7 2017
Late friday night brings good ideas
Apr 1 2017
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Mar 7 2017
This was fixed in rPb28da10336ca 😄
Mar 6 2017
You guys fast.
Hi! I think I've hit similar issue, but for another type of panel. We've used to use PhrequentSearchEngine panel to show phrequent/query/tracking/ (Currently tracking), which apparently got removed in D17341. Currently tracking on main dashboard was quite interesting indicator for current work aaand could be fun until phrequent gets more useul 😄
Mar 3 2017
Mar 1 2017
Feb 12 2017
I've recently found myself wishing for couple kinds of functionality that would connect calendar and maniphest:
- "due date" for tasks,
- recurring tasks (just like events)
- age-based priority for tasks (dunno if calendar would be involved, but i've seen some instances of similar FRs popping up)
Feb 6 2017
I think that the problem is the content itself. This is evident by thumbnail fails to be generated when the second one is ok. On my OS/browser combo (Gentoo/firefox) first video loads very slowly while the second is perfectly ok. On Chrome first video refuses to load.
After downloading and testing locally, everything is fine. My guess is that chrome and firefox can guess proper values for decoders for "normal" video, while for "weird" video firefox tries it's best and chrome just gives up.
Feb 2 2017
Jan 24 2017
Oh, woe is me, for there are no colours in my emoji. One thing to notice though - where can I find that beautiful emoji example in ui examples? Would be cool place to check for emoji support on different browsers/platforms :)
Jan 23 2017
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Jan 5 2017
Endless war continues with E1323 😉
Jan 1 2017
That would help me a bit though ;)
Dec 31 2016
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Sep 30 2016
@epriestley - you are doing wonderful work! This is by far, the best ICS implementation I've ever seen :) better even than commercial products claiming ICS compatibility and wonderful features ;)
Sep 26 2016
Maaaybe Iam misinterpreting but if enabling sort by priority why not show in workboards something like
Aug 31 2016
Aug 4 2016
Jul 10 2016
I'm with @epriestley on this - on our install I too have multiple discussions with same individuals, discussing different topics :) It keeps things clear.
Jul 6 2016
That would be perfect!
Jul 4 2016
Jul 2 2016
Current task graph is great for visual representation... but can we get somewhere very simple list of blocks/blocked by?
Jul 1 2016
After looking through real-life applications, this now seems obvious and in @avivey example A is Parent of B. At first glance - there's relation. But yeah, arrows would help, only thing problematic is agreeing on arrow notation.
Now it looks pretty and actually first glance tells something :)
Woooo pretty pictures graph! Can't say I can deduct any task relationship from graph, but nevertheless, it's very pretty!
Jun 15 2016
Another, very legitimate example, would be diacritic characters in localized README (or other) files. Until UTF-8 support is not present in text linter, i simply have to disable linter for files that have words like "żółć" in them. Plus using ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ in doc would be beneficial to some 😉
Apr 28 2016
That syntax seems unsettling 0.o
Apr 18 2016
Revert to rPeef217216116 and wait for all this to blow over ;)
Mar 11 2016
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Feb 20 2016
This looks awesome @ProfFan !
Feb 6 2016
Jan 31 2016
@storrgie - SELinux is very nice for tightening security, but unless you are very well versed in it is a pain in arse... and ruins everything you love. Phabricator + SE Linux.... Well, either disable SELinux or happy hunting!
Jan 21 2016
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Jan 8 2016
Properly configured outbound mail works. Your outbound mail desn't work (as you report), threfore, your outbound mail configuration is wrong - that's what I meant.
And so - You must've misconfigured outbound mail :) or something like that :)
WYSIWYG is very not cool. Not only is it complicated and consuming to build, it also unnecessarly invites users to mess around with styling. Personaly I always stick with code (hell, I even write my documents using LaTeX). I'd say it's way better to have text-only entry for all documents and coments, plus have on-dememand preview, like this beautifully crafted comment box.
👍 to @cspeckmim
This greatly depends on Your mail configuration. For example, our install has local mail server used for sending as well as some mailboxess i's sending to are local, giving near instantenous mail.
Jan 6 2016
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Dec 31 2015
If possible: display both. if not possible - many ways:
Dec 22 2015
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Dec 17 2015
Why do people are sad? I for one love to click "Set Sail for Adventure" instead of plain boriiiiiing submit. Quality button names are important for fun and profit ™️
Dec 16 2015
Dec 15 2015
Calculated reading time of Describing Root Problems and Contributing Feature Requests is ~12min for very slow reader. Both of those documents are very helpful and universal because not only do they provide guidance for phabricator, but provide very general guidance, that can and will enhance Your input in any situation. Quite frankly, I translated and enforced those rules with my customers - it has improved both my life and my customers (after obvious "TL;DR" comments).
Dec 11 2015
Multiple different ways of proceeding. Current way, while not bad, has it's downsides.
I'm okay with this :)
Dec 10 2015
Dec 7 2015
Well, Doorkeeper looks like hard-integrations. Situation like searchable
zendesk links are IMO more suited for simple custom fields - for example we have
customers that use Kayako, Zendesk, osTicket, etc, and simply link to those
externals with cusstom fields. Partial searches for perticular ID would be great
for all those cases, using single field like "external ticket id".
this could be used with any ticketing system - most ticketing systems have constant prefixes for urls.
Dec 6 2015
Custom linters for stuff like that are way to go, that's true: for example some projects may have very complicated naming scheme, where "files in views must be all lowercase with .template extension, placed into dirs corresponding to name of controller, every view should either correspond to action in said controller or be named "all" or stard with underscore [...]" 😉
Dec 5 2015
We use SNI and nobody says it's bad. Hell, people actually WANT SNI, since when hositng fo example small shop, you basically need SSL (even cheap one), but IP address (especially IPv4) is pricey per month. Most people when faced with "additional $$$/month with only benefit being customers using ancient software" or "0/month additional charges, only lose handfull of ancient software-using customers" chose 0/month 😉