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Re: Viewing code in Gerrit
From: Evan Huus <eapache () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2014 09:21:49 -0400
On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 8:55 AM, <mmann78 () netscape net> wrote:
I can't consistently view the code of patches submitted to Gerrit (the
Side-by-Side or Unified links). I've tried on IE8 and 9 as well as Firefox
v28 (all on Windows) and get the same consistently inconsistent results
(some patches work, some don't. Some files within a particular patch are
viewable, others aren't). The message I get on both browsers amounts to
"script too busy, want to stop it?". Selecting "no" just puts me in a
forever loop with that message.
I am also hitting this, see my comment at the bottom of .
be worse than O(n) on the size of the underlying file; viewing the
diff for any file >1k lines may be slow, but if you just let it run it
will finish eventually. Avoid epan/enterprise-numbers and other files
with 100k+ lines, they take many minutes to finish.
I *think* it's a Gerrit bug, given that it seems to happen across many browsers.
Any suggestions? Browser option I don't have enabled? Somehow upgrade
And in a related issue (of annoyingness), typing "Enter" in the Gerrit
comments section results in a new line when I'm typing the comment, but not
when it's displayed (making some of my comments much harder to read). Is
this another "browser feature"? I haven't noticed it with other user
comments so I thought I must be doing something wrong.
I believe it's parsed markdown/wiki style - single linebreaks are
removed, but doubled ones are preserved.
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