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maxice8
@maxice8_gitlab
Thanks
maxice8
@maxice8_gitlab
resolveNetwork() was a fun function to look at
Clement Sam
@profclems
@maxice8_gitlab I took a closer look at agl and you had some long term plans for it. I took 2 of them which I think we can bring into glab:
  1. Provide TUI to comment on issues
  2. dissect GitLab to allow creating personal access token from the commandline
maxice8
@maxice8_gitlab
I see, the second one would be the best.
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka
Hi :) I just found this tool after getting TOOO annoyed that gitlab webgui is so extremely slow.
What is the current state of glab mr view? it seems to be missing basic stuff
zemzale
@zemzale
Hey. What do you exactly mean by missing basic stuff?
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka
Well probably I just dont know where to look. But when listing comments, is there any way to see the context to which the comment refer?
Also is it possible to reply to a comment and go to the commented code and create a fixup?
Sorry my original question was unnecessarily snarky.
zemzale
@zemzale
I see your point. I would say that its not really the most basic stuff, since we are doing the most baisc stuff, which is displaying the comments just as they come from GitLab API, but if u see a way how we can improve it, open up an issue and we can look at it. Maybe you self can make the improvements, since we are always open for contributions
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka
definitely, Ive never done a patch to a github repo but I would like to. Sometimes at my office we end up with 100+ commit merge requests and comments in the number 300~, and in this case the web gui doesn't cope at all. (for example refusing to show more than 100commits in any way). Unfortuntaley I don't have a good development environment on my winsows machine :s
my WSL has broken internet access which is how I would have liked to solve it
zemzale
@zemzale
I am pretty sure u can devlop glab on windows too, but I really got no idea, since I havent used windows for development in a long time.
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka
yeah I'm just not in the mood to configure windows :p urgh
zemzale
@zemzale
Yeah I feel you
But in any case u can open issues about things that might be improved, if u cant maybe someone else might pick it up
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka
it it possible to let my glab instantiation act as my own local user? I accidentally selected a user that looks like "glab @project_1_bot" but ideally it shouldn't be visible if I create an MR with the gui as my regular user, or with glab from the command line
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka
I redid glab auth login command and now I'm the correct user, not sure what happened last time...
Maximiliano Greco
@mmngreco
Hi everyone! I spent a long time writing an issue using glab in vim, but it failed in the submission process so when this happens there is a way to recover this content?
Clement Sam
@profclems
Hi @mmngreco sorry for the late reply and sorry for facing this issue... Currently there is no way to recover it. There is an open issue to resolve this #472 ... Thanks
Maximiliano Greco
@mmngreco

Hi @mmngreco sorry for the late reply and sorry for facing this issue... Currently there is no way to recover it. There is an open issue to resolve this #472 ... Thanks

To me, there is nothing to sorry about; you are doing a great job with glab! Thank you for point me the issue, I'm tracking it! ;-)

Braswell Kenneth Jr
@braswelljr
Hi @profclems, I have not really worked with GitLab but with this great tool I think it would be fun exploring GitLab.
deep6
@deep6:matrix.org
[m]
Hey everyone, question is there the ability to create a group within the glab tool?
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka:matrix.org
[m]
Popup inside the terminal?
deep6
@deep6:matrix.org
[m]
sorry?
kaddkaka
@kaddkaka:matrix.org
[m]
Oh, I read popup for some reason. Tired eyes in the morning I guess 🙈
deep6
@deep6:matrix.org
[m]
kaddkaka: am I correct in understanding that there is no group create commands yet?
Young
@onlysuncolour
hi guys, i met some issues here.
i already set my private host as hosts and rm gitlab.com from hosts in .config/glab-cli/config.yml
but everytime i try glab repo, it still goes to https://gitlab.com/api/v4/user
stalwartgiraffe
@stalwartgiraffe
At my shop we add comments during code reviews on MR in our hosted gitlab. Comments are opened by a reviewer and responded by the author. Sometimes there is a back-and-forth conversation in the open comment as a line is discussed. I typically do this all in the web UI but I rather do it in the command line. Is there a document that describes a comment-oriented workflow for glab and MR? The most I have found is glab mr view <id> -c shows your a comment on a particular MR...
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