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Technical Issue Help : Smarty: where are the older commits?

Marc, svn log for trunk only goes back to r2788 - must be that all previous commits are now in a branch (Smarty2Dev). Confirmed. Goes from r4808 back to r1 There will be some inevitable ... [More] duplication there - you know the drill better than I do... Thanks! [Less]

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 16 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Smarty: where are the older commits?

Marc, Performing an experiment to see how long it takes/how many commits I will get in a re-fetch. Standby. Thanks!

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 16 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Don't update my source code, if it start from an empty co...

Alex, You should see updates every few days or so (probably less than four days between updates.) Ohloh Code tends to be a day or two behind what is seen in the main project page - I noticed it ... [More] wasn't showing too much today but should sync up with the project every few days. Please remind me here if the project fails to properly update or if you need an assist. Thanks! [Less]

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 17 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Problem with project activity

Teddy, Your calculation is probably spot-on but for the sake of argument I'll look up dates for when I noted the stall and did something about it... 17/Mar/14 10:07 AM - Job resumed at (0/7668). ... [More] 28/Mar/14 9:39 AM - Job is at (3266/7668). Progress 3266 commits in just under 11 days (10.98) = 297.5 / day Be aware that commits are not uniform. Some are very trivial while others touch everything but the third rail. Everybody's mileage will vary. Thanks! [Less]

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 20 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Project BlueMind not updating

Pierre, I am here and though I have nothing to offer but hope, I have that in abundance. I will take this up with management (again) and see if we can get some precious man-hours directed to this. Thanks!

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 20 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Project omaha-bgg not updated

Yann, Update is done OK (65 added commits). Analysis is now at March 28, 2014 on code collected on March 28, 2014 and last commit is at March 18, 2014. Have now re-enabled the "broken" enlistment. ... [More] You can do this periodically as well. Either "delete" the enlistment on the enlistments page (it's not as permanent as it sounds) or "undo" the enlistment in the edits menu. Both have the same effect. Once the "Analyzed 11 minutes ago based on code collected 11 minutes ago" legend appears up-to-date, then redo the enlistment which was undone. In the meantime, I'll pursue the issue here at this end. Thanks! P.S. To answer the mystery, the order of enlistment is important in whether a broken enlistment will block updates to a different enlistment. Also, when a broken enlistment is present, analysis will never run. So an older enlistment will be blocked from updating by a newer enlistment with indigestion and even if an enlistment continues to update, there can be no analysis until all enlistments are updated. My two cents. [Less]

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 20 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Project omaha-bgg not updated

Yann, What I'll do is briefly disable the troubled enlistment to get an update to the "working" enlistment as a form of snapshot then re-enable it once some new statistics are received. In the ... [More] meantime, I'll jog management and see if there's any impression of progress with the issue. Thanks! [Less]

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 21 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Retroshare enlistment issue

Marc, On the job. Good to finally meet you the other day! Thanks!

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 21 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Code analysis broken after repository change

Robin, That makes some sense regarding git versus subversion. I know that git has some sense of author versus committer and I know we are handling that better than in the past on our side. Only ... [More] wondering if the conversion from subversion to git picks up the information somehow and properly populates the author and committer fields when subversion doesn't handle that info explicitly. Should be an interesting exercise in inference if it works. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks! [Less]

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 21 days ago

Technical Issue Help : Problem with project activity

Teddy, Just passed (3000/7668) ! Golden moments... Thanks!

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Author ssnow-blackduck

Posted 21 days ago