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- Apr 7 2015, 3:29 PM (295 w, 1 d)
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Jun 9 2016
for us repository.default-local-path is set to /percentile/source/working/
Just created a new repo caled test7 and it set the storage location to /percentile/source/working/105/
I'd call that pretty random.
Jun 8 2016
I was adding a new repo to Phabricator. By default Phabricator creates the repo in a random location. I wanted to make the new repo follow the convention of all our other repos.
I was trying to do something that I have done several times before (change the storage location of a mercurial repo).
Up until today i always first attempted to do so by editing the repo in the GUI. The GUI up until today always told me "run such and such a command". This is no longer the case. I had to figure out the command myself.
Jun 2 2016
Thanks for the quick turnaround. I'll see if the problem is fixed in 48 hours and let you know.
The /62/ version of the URI's is something new. All the jobs we created in jenkins have been created with the /CALLSIGN/ version of the URIs. The mercurial plugin for jenkins is most likely looking for the URI property of the jenkins job and matching on that.
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Apr 7 2015
At the moment we have multiple repos in Mercurial that each contain one logical module of code. When we produce a binary we take build artifacts from multiple repos as dependencies to produce the final binary.
For example we have a repo called common which contains code that is common across all other repos.
As such it is possible that a bug fix or new feature will sometimes involve changing code in multiple repos.
As it stands we need to create multiple code review requests (one per repo) even though there is only one actual change.