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Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
Let me try it now.
Jookia
@Jookia
I'm sorry for my useless input at the moment, I'm fairly tired and annoyed at this situation even though I'm unaffected. Shouldn't fetching commit info for directories be the same as for files? It's not recursive I don't think
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
No worries. Actually, displaying /package directory which contains a bunch of subdirectories with commit info takes a very long time. GitHub skips most of directories and files in this case by default. We also need to implement such UI level optimization fundamentally.
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Anyway, if disabling commit info option works for you, I will offer it for now. Also, we'll consider effective solutions to improve the repository viewer performance further.
Jookia
@Jookia
I'll have to talk to @xogium since they might not mind at all the current solution, but it just bothers me as a user
is there a command line / http interface for the paste stuff?
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe

is there a command line / http interface for the paste stuff?

Hmm, what for?

Jookia
@Jookia
For uploading pastes without using a browser
lucksjb
@lucksjb
hi guys ... I try install gitbucket in tomcat .. and move gitbucket.war to webapps, but when I try access http://localhost:8080 I receive 404 http error... whats wrong ???
lucksjb
@lucksjb
@Lucaslah hi
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
@Jookia Do you mean gist?
@lucksjb URL should be http://localhost:8080/gitbucket in that case.
Luciano Donizeti da Silva
@lucksjb_gitlab
@takezoe nothing šŸ˜¢
the origin server did not find a current representation for tje target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists
Luciano Donizeti da Silva
@lucksjb_gitlab
I create a env variable GITBUCKET_HOME and point to workfolder of gitbucket
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
Please check Tomcat log (catalina.out)
Jookia
@Jookia
yes, gist
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Luciano Donizeti da Silva
@lucksjb_gitlab
I have Java 14 instaled, I would try downgrade to 8
Lukasz M.
@fil47
Hey, has anyone made a plugin that's add their own pages to the whole GitBucket? Something like "landing page" or "about".
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SSinternalit
@ss_internalit_twitter
Hi there. When is going to be released version 4.34.0? Also do you have a place where I could download a nightly or candidate build of the current master?
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Luciano Donizeti da Silva
@lucksjb_gitlab
@takezoe I dont know run into tomcat, can u give me a help ?
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yash-sonani
@yash-sonani
Is there any way to put restriction on branch operation based on user?
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xogium
@xogium
huh, that's news to meā€¦ I use the gitter irc bridge or whatever that is, and I see pull requests and stuff now. I never saw them on the web ui before
Jookia
@Jookia
@takezoe which code logs out a user? i keep getting logged out
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onukura
@onukura
@takezoe I made new plugin to render 3d file (.stl) because GitHub and GitLab have this feature and looks useful. If it is ok, I will make PR for adding to the list of community plugins.
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YHojo
@oshiro3
@takezoe I created the commits-list API for my own use. Is it okay to create a PR for the mainstream?
I didn't find any similar issue at the moment. Also, not all parameters of github API can be supported.
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Luciano Donizeti da Silva
@lucksjb_gitlab
hi guy... how can I config mysql database to use gitbucket with docker ? its really necessary ?
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xogium
@xogium
woohoo more fancy stuff going our way in the next release, I like it !
I started using gitbucket in production for real, and it is working quite good so far, thanks takezoe and everyone else who's working on it :)
xogium
@xogium
@takezoe I'm curious, do you use gitbucket for your own projects as well, or do you provide it for the community because you felt like doing so ? Maybe a combination of both, actually ;) curious how it got started
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
In the beginning, I created GitBucket for my work projects because the company I belonged to at that time didn't allow to put source code on public web services like GitHub. However, I haven't used GitBucket by myself for the last 6 years since I changed the company. I now mainly use GitHub both for private and work projects. ;-)
xogium
@xogium
righto, that makes sense
well, its amazing :D
though, most of the slowness I seem to experience on larger repositories seems to be due to my browser accessibility stack and my screen reader. A large repo with about 75000 commits takes 40 seconds to load here, at least for my screen reader. For someone who doesn't need a screen reader, that repository takes about 12 seconds to load
perhaps the screen reader gets flooded with accessibility events somehow ? Hard to say :/
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
Back then, GitLab was already available but it was very hard to install and maintain, so I decided to create my own self-hosting Git server. They hadn't started the company yet. I was also inspired by Hudson/Jenkins.
xogium
@xogium
neat !
and imo gitlab is still hard to install and maintainā€¦ Maybe less than before, but it seems to be a right beast
I spent about a week trying to set it up, gave it up as a bad job and found gitbucket the very next day
I was up and running fine not even 10 minutes later
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
In the next release, in-memory cache for commit information will be available for very large repos that have more than 10000 commits, and also fetching commit information will be skipped in the directories that contain more than 100 files. I hope they will contribute to improve the repository viewer performance. :pray:
xogium
@xogium
haha !
is this some WIP or already merged pull request that I could somehow try on the very latest code ? I'd be glad to check if that helps
I'm not afraid building directly from master branch
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
This one. Already merged into master branch, though.
xogium
@xogium
ah
the first try I gave of 2466 had no noticeable improvement, but I assume you reworked it later on ?
Naoki Takezoe
@takezoe
I updated this pull request after you tried.
xogium
@xogium
good good :) I'll give it a go right now