Apr 15 2019
Feb 28 2019
Jan 4 2017
The revision editor and diff editor should no longer be racing to edit the diff. The two revision editors may be racing now, but that race is significantly easier to resolve if it crops up.
This should work again now. The behavior probably needs refinement -- I don't remember exactly where we left it and I think there was some disagreement about who should or shouldn't receive build failure notifications before D10911 accidentally disabled this, but I think T9892 and other Harbormaster tasks discuss most of that.
Dec 31 2016
Dec 29 2016
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Aug 5 2016
Jul 22 2016
File a bug report please.
It didn't work for me.
Jul 12 2016
Jul 4 2016
Jun 22 2016
Here's what I'm thinking here:
- Add lint/unit/coverage "summary" field to each Build.
- Recalculate whenever new lint/unit objects show up (Possibly offline via daemon).
- arc-side lint/unit already generates a Build, so this one will hold the --nolint/--nounit information (+ excuse?)
- Anywhere we currently show that information, load the summary information and aggregate that, instead of aggregating all lints/units directly.
Jun 5 2016
I don't think there's anything actionable remaining here that isn't covered elsewhere.
May 20 2016
May 15 2016
Mar 8 2016
This should maybe also somehow interact with Artifact Files.
Aha! That makes sense, thanks for digging into it!
Mar 7 2016
tl;dr: looks good!
I have a 500mb repo somewhere, and it would reproduce very easily to me, so I'll test this.
After D15427, this should be pretty clear for "Land Revision".
After D15424, arc fails when failing to push the staging area.
I've marked D15424 as fixing this, although I don't have a detailed understanding of exactly what goes on in the git protocol and which heuristics it is using. In particular, I haven't been able to trick it into doing too much work locally (maybe it also looks at parents?).
Mar 6 2016
Mar 5 2016
Drydock and Almanac are now available in the cluster. Here's a rough guide to configuring them -- I'll turn this into something formal once things work a little more smoothly.