Thank you very much for your prompt reply!
I added the -I option but now it says "ERROR: There don't seem to be any
I am trying to submit this file as a new file. I also tried giving it the
full path in the repository:
rbt post -I /full/repository/path/hello.c
This time, it only shows CRITICAL:
and nothing more.
I restarted the apache server, however, the logging is still only showing:
INFO - - Reloading logging settings
Thank you very much for your help
On Monday, December 15, 2014 3:13:02 PM UTC-5, Norman Lo wrote:
> I am using RBTools version 0.6.3 and tries to post some files to
> ReviewBoard version 1.7.
> When I use the command "rbt post hello.c", I got the following error:
> Failed to execute command: ['git', 'rev-parse', 'hello.c^']
> fatal: ambiguous argument 'hello.c^': unknown revision or path not in the
> working tree.
> Use '--' to separate paths from revisions
> It looks like the character "^" is added somehow and it is causing git to
> fail. How should I go about to resolve this issue.
> Also, I have another issue with ReviewBoard. I set it to do logging in the
> web interface. However, Looking at the log file, I only see:
> Reloading logging settings
> And there are no more log entries. I do not see any apache error log. How
> do I resolve this issue
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