Hi Christian & Dan,
I'm on 1.6.6 and trying to set up a Private Org. Repo on Github.
I've got an API token via the web interface. I've generated a key pair and
uploaded the public part as a deploy key to the repo I want to connect to
((RB asked me to confirm the host afterwards)).
But I'm getting the 'a repository was not found at the specified path.'
In what format should I fill in the 'Project Name:' field and what logs
should I check for more info.
On Tuesday, April 17, 2012 8:33:23 PM UTC+3, Christian Hammond wrote:
> They've been nice enough to give Review Board an extension on the one API
> call we use, and are working on making the API token accessible somewhere
> until then. Said it may be a couple days.
> In the meantime, I'm making progress on v3 support, which will also come
> with a much easier repository setup process.
> On Apr 17, 2012, at 10:03, Dan Z <d...@modria.com> wrote:
> I finally got a response from GitHub. Here is it:
> "The API Token has been removed. We encourage all third party
> applications to migrate to API v3. Please check our latest blog post for
> more details: https://github.com/blog/1090-github-api-moving-on"
> Pretty much, they've said, "We're shutting down the v1 and v2 APIs on May
> 1. Oh, and if you don't already have an API Token, then I guess for you,
> the APIs are shut down now." Brilliant.
> -- Dan
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