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- Sep 18 2015, 10:06 PM (208 w, 4 d)
May 9 2016
This is great, thank you! :-D
Apr 12 2016
Reopening, this is definitely different from T4181
Mar 31 2016
I'll definitely use my powers for evil. Thanks :)
I ended up creating a custom extension.
That's a useful script! Thanks for sharing, that will likely do everything we will need and I can run that.
Mar 30 2016
Mar 1 2016
Feb 12 2016
Looks like I can't? Running from the command line it says that permission is denied, through the Web UI it's less informative or I don't know where to look: https://secure.phabricator.com/drydock/operation/106/
Feb 11 2016
I signed the Corporate CLA, do I need to do the individual record or does this just need something outside of what I can see/do with secure.phabricator.com?
Great, and I agree it's a bit weird -- so can I get that patch to include the transactionID so I can hack it together?
Or is the idea that someone pastes T123#456 into chat, and you want to not only expand the T123 part, but also provide context about the #456 part? That is, this bot is reacting to human messages, not to events from Phabricator?
From this page, on any comment (or transaction listing, like "jshirley created this task"), the timestamp on the right hand column has the link: https://secure.phabricator.com/T10327#158499 (for your last comment).
The problem we're facing now is that when we do have a link generated by Maniphest, we cannot use the API to reconcile what that is.
Feb 8 2016
Feb 2 2016
Ah, thanks! I think you are right, that is the problem.
Peculiar -- this behavior doesn't exhibit here, but I just did the same thing of removing a subscriber and using Cmd+Enter (screenshot of that: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qp8tyxrh7mq86xa/Screenshot%202016-02-02%2007.07.46.png?dl=0) and the action was not taken.
We're using 2015 W52 -- I checked the changelog since, didn't see anything that seemed relevant.