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- Feb 12 2013, 8:03 PM (407 w, 7 h)
Dec 5 2017
Jul 17 2017
My install hit this today: we're trying to upgrade from http -> https, but don't want to break users with the old http:// address in their .arcconfig (either because they haven't pulled master recently, are working on a different branch, are bisecting to a commit prior to the .arcconfig being updated, etc).
Jun 13 2017
I'd like the commit graph to come back in some form -- looks like it was removed in rPc5bb69fd7d79. For the reasons @epriestley outlined here: rPf2fcafb40dde#38208, this view is really useful for visualising the relationship between Git branches and sanity-checking recent merge commits. These are tasks that would otherwise require something like gitk.
Mar 7 2017
One thing I noticed is that arc browse is still broken on Windows, because it tries to run start http://SOME_URL where start is a cmd.exe builtin, not an executable, and PhutilExecPassthru sets bypass_shell to true.
@BYK Thanks for the patch! I feel your pain on this -- I had to do something similar at work, namely get a sequence of arguments passed through two levels of escaping hell (CreateProcess + cmd.exe).
Dec 9 2016
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction -- this was indeed pilot error. Switching to rewrite as stated in the install guide fixes the error.
Dec 8 2016
We use nginx:
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Dec 10 2015
git branch --no-color and git branch --color=never both work, but Git 1.7.1 does not like git branch --no-column.