TOTP should be prioritized.
Unbreak Now! (1)
Needs Triage (14)
Mon, Jul 8
Use email over username for admin login
Wed, Jul 3
I meant a callback. So you pass a callback into the code to request an object, and it is called with the new object as the only parameter when the cache update is complete, if and only if the object is actually different
Maybe a variable could be added to the objects to get its new version if there is one? So the UI can know when a new one is created
The idea here would be to never modify the objects, but instead just generate a new one and discard the old one, this way it can be done in parallel extremely easily
Tbh I think we need some system to inform the client when an object has been updated. So that the UI can be updated when an update is performed without closing and reopening something (if you close and reopen a page the old data is displayed because the UI is loaded before the cache is refreshed
@Hackintosh5 you didn't comment on this yet, what do you think?
It's an issue with a specific chrome browaer version, this is a hack that ahould fix the issue for now
Oh, I understand. It's committed to webcl (web client), but its a fix for the webview app, which loads webcl.
After these it'll be OK for me
Looks good to me but I honestly don't understand half of it, so I'm trusting you on that one
Anyway this doesn't actually fix the issue. Other stuff fails and I won't bother.
- Remove extraneous System.out.println
Wait, we have an Android app now? And it uses React?
Tue, Jul 2
Because I'm lazy
Try making a test to edit the server draft (.save().setText().save()) and check the coverage. The method to edit server draft is never called.
isLocalOnly is only set to false in the else clause.
So it's set to false (meaning uploaded to server) only if we edit the server draft. And we only edit the server draft if it's set to false! So it's never changed.
Can you explain what the problem exactly is? I don't see it