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- Feb 16 2015, 2:54 PM (378 w, 2 d)
Apr 19 2016
I got hit by that warning today, and while it doesn't bother me because I knew about the vulnerabilities and versions, it could be confusing for others. I've got 2.1.4-2.1+deb8u2 on Debian, which is old but the fixes are backported. Many other distros have older versions with backported fixes as well (as per https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11517894). Unfortunately you cannot see that in git --version though.
Jan 25 2016
Jan 22 2016
I've retested everything here and in my installation and it seems that this solves all cases re: grouping, ordering, and paging.
Jan 20 2016
Nah, it's fun seeing software have some personality. I guess that what I wanted to say was that this one stands out noticeably against all of the "Save," "Cancel," "Execute Query," and other buttons, not that it's a bad thing.
@chad Come to think of it, of course, you're right. This one just stood out, somehow, maybe because it's so much more visible. Maybe it's because everywhere else they are nouns but here it's a verb which is kind of unusual?
My 2¢: "Set Sail for Adventure" made me check if I hadn't somehow switched to the pirate translation. Silly UI is ok with me but maybe less nautical, to not steal the pirate translation's thunder when it's turned on a few times a year?
Jan 15 2016
Apr 16 2015
php-fpm restart solved it. Is it some sort of a caching issue?
Anyway, sorry for wasting your time with such trivial stuff.
Same happens after clicking on a repository link, as well as the commit history link.
Feb 26 2015
Feb 16 2015
I have stumbled upon this as well - every email I forward to Phabricator with Unicode characters has the same problem with the title. I'm also using Sendgrid out of necessity but I don't believe that is the cause, because the subject was like that already in the raw message source when I sent it.