2017 Week 3 (Late January)
Updated 517 Days AgoPublic

Summary of changes from January 13, 2017 to January 21, 2017.

CodebaseRepositoryHEADActivity
PhabricatorrPrPddf82a81531 commits
ArcanistrARCrARCade25fac0 commits
libphutilrPHUrPHU9d85dfa0 commits
Instances (SAAS)rSAASrSAAS0ddfd790 commits
Services (SAAS)rSERVICESrSERVICESb5cef1a0 commits
Core (SAAS)rCORErCORE7d83aa30 commits
  • These changes were promoted to stable.

General

  • The "Quick Create" menu has been replaced with a "Favorites" menu and the main menu has been redesigned. For details on this change, see Extending the Menubar on the Phacility blog.

Security

  • No notes in this period.

Migrations

MigrationRiskDurationNotes
20170119.menuitem.motivator.01.php5 ms

"Duration" is the duration for this install, and may not be representative.

Upgrading / Compatibility

  • The "Motivator" ("Cat Facts") menu item type has been removed.

Audit

  • Audit now shows yellow draft bubbles, indicating you have unsubmitted comments.
  • Fixed a bad constant in audit.query. Note that this method is frozen, and diffusion.commit.search is preferred.
  • Added an "Auditors" field for commits in Herald. Note that this field can not act on auditors added by Herald itself, only by Owners or "Auditors:" in the commit message.
  • Made some performance improvements to the audit list.
  • Made some UI tweaks to the audit list.
  • Tables which list commit history now show audit status.

Minor

  • Dropdowns now close more consistently when workflow links within them are activated.
  • Fixed a bug where parts of a task or commit graph could be drawn awkwardly.
  • When you try to register a new Phabricator account using an external account (like LDAP or Google) but the email address with the external account is already associated with a Phabricator account (or invalid, or used by a Phabricator application) you are now explicitly warned about the issue rather than simply prompted to choose a different, valid email address.
  • In Differential, fixed an issue where users could not re-accept or re-reject a revision if they had previously accepted or rejected it, even if the re-accept or re-reject would apply to newly added package or project reviewers they have authority over.
  • Updating an inline comment in Differential now properly forces a preview refresh.
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