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    Fredrik Norén
    @FredrikNoren
    it's some kind of race condition
    when I refresh I see two and then sometimes one of them disappears, sometimes it doesn't
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    hmm... when I do git clone https://github.com/FredrikNoren/ungit I see it... I think I have problm with branch map working on it
    Fredrik Norén
    @FredrikNoren
    I created a 0.10.1 milestone we can use to track any bug fixes we want to do for 0.10: https://github.com/FredrikNoren/ungit/milestones/0.10.1
    the different icons are a bug right? or was that intentional?
    monthly users have just been climbing and climbing, it's probably close to 2000 users now
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    nice...
    Different icons are intended, it was related to #605
    Fredrik Norén
    @FredrikNoren
    ah ok
    brb
    Fredrik Norén
    @FredrikNoren
    @codingtwinky alright I'm pushing out 0.10.1
    Fredrik Norén
    @FredrikNoren
    alright, it's out!
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    Hooray!
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    @FredrikNoren how do you feel about #703 #671? None of those are critical but I think it’s a nice to have
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    And do you think it is stable for us start evaluating es6 PR merge? I still have some work left to do though
    Ole Vik
    @OleVik
    How is conflict resolution handled by Ungit? On Windows I get the diff of the changed file, thus both the old and new version encpsulated in <<<<<<< HEAD and >>>>>>> Dev/master, where what I really want is only the changed file.
    Ole Vik
    @OleVik
    I think I may have confused merge with checkout between my Dev and Live environments. Git remains an elusive tool for workflow.
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    @OleVik I'm confused to what you are asking. Are you asking how git handle the conflict?
    Ole Vik
    @OleVik
    @codingtwinky My problem really was with pushing multiple repositories into a single remote, and resolving conflicts between them. Apparently Git's way of doing so was not how I thought it was, and some messing around with it got the expected results. Very easy to create a mess of it though, but that's down to my understanding of Git (or lack thereof).
    COTE
    @GrCOTE7
    Hi
    Ungit is formidable :-) !
    But, everytime I push on Github, ungit ask login + password... How to skip that or automatically connect without type these 2 words...?
    Does exist a link, a ressource about that :-) ?
    COTE
    @GrCOTE7
    @GrCOTE7 > Use SSH protocole in place of HTTP !!! (Lol ;-))
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    If you are using Mac you can store those login info in the key chain and ungit is able to pick it up from there...
    @GrCOTE7 FredrikNoren/ungit#442 might help you
    Aleksander Madland Stapnes
    @madstap
    I have a quick newbie question: Is it possible to stash just one file? I can only find stash all in the UI.
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    @madstap No you cannot do that with current UI.
    there is an issue opened for this: FredrikNoren/ungit#424
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
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    Crayon
    @Crayon2000
    Hello, is there a way to integrate an issue tracker in Ungit. For example, with the help of regular expression replace all the text like "issue #101" with a link to the issue in a web base bug tracker?
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    @Crayon2000 No there isn't yet and I do hope to create this in near future.
    It really shouldn't be hard honestly... Regex matching and if repo is from github we can create links...
    Crayon
    @Crayon2000
    @codingtwinky if you need some inspiration, this is how TortoiseGit manage this: https://tortoisegit.org/docs/tortoisegit/tgit-dug-bugtracker.html . It's mainly the logregex and url configuration like we see here: https://tortoisegit.org/docs/tortoisegit/tgit-dug-settings.html#tgit-dug-settings-hooks-issuetracker-config
    Having a file like the .tgitconfig committed in the repo is easy to use and it can be used by every one who clones the project without modifying their Ungit configuration. Anyway, different project may use different issue tracker so having a global configuration is not that great.
    Igor
    @Steiner87
    command ungit doesent work.Windows can't finde it. Node and npm works fine.
    Manuel Tancoigne
    @mtancoigne
    Hi !
    I'm trying ungit and wanted to know if there is a "read-only" option, to navigate into the tree without doing any changes...
    bugmenot2
    @bugmenot2
    @codingtwinky sorry, that was a long time ago now. thanks for trying to help
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    @Steiner87 what you mean can't finde it? you mean it can't find git?
    @mtancoigne No there isn't any read only option.
    Manuel Tancoigne
    @mtancoigne
    @codingtwinky Thanks for your answer ! Is it a feature that may be implemented later ? I think it may be interesting for presentations purposes
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    Could you possibly create an issue within our github page? we will track it through there and I think it definitely adds value
    Manuel Tancoigne
    @mtancoigne
    @codingtwinky Of course :)
    Fredrik Norén
    @FredrikNoren
    @codingtwinky just saw this lib: https://www.npmjs.com/package/gaze
    might be an interesting alternative to what we have now (I've noticed the current ungit version doesn't always update when files change)
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    Hmm... tried gaze but it doesn't seems to register new files or folders correctly and it has it's own problems...
    CodingTwinky
    @codingtwinky
    @FredrikNoren How do you feel about http://nightwatchjs.org/ instead of nightmare? it seems that nightmare is more of barebone where as night watch is testing focused.
    Syntax is very similar but nightwatch doesn't seems to depends on nightmare
    Jon Schewe
    @jpschewe
    I'm new to developing with NodeJS and on ungit. I'm trying to understand the comment in the code at https://github.com/FredrikNoren/ungit/blob/master/source/git-api.js#L47-L48. Is it the case that the second "then" statement is only executed if the recursive watch fails?
    David Asensio Cañas
    @d-asensio
    @jpschewe As I see it, both of them are executed (take a look at: https://developer.mozilla.org/es/docs/Web/JavaScript/Referencia/Objetos_globales/Promise) and if something fails, the catch handler will fire up, but since the code executed within the first ’then’ only works on Windows and Mac, for the rest of platforms they add specific watchers for key subdirs inside the .git folder. I think that the key to understand this piece of code is understand javascript Promises, visit the MDN link up here and you’ll be ok ;)