OK, thank you. I'll just have to be a little more vigilant in logging out
after doing admin stuff.
On Tuesday, 1 March 2016 12:40:45 UTC-5, David Trowbridge wrote:
> This is not possible right now.
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 6:05 AM Graeme Perrow > wrote:
Looks like your MySQL is configured to be very strict, in a way that isn't
compatible with Django's queries.
You'll need to figure out where ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY is enabled in your
configuration, and turn that off.
President/CEO of Beanbag
I wanted to follow up on this.
We've hit a number of problems with their API:
1) There's no way to get a list of branches in your repository, meaning
we'd have to hard-code something like "master."
2) The diffs provided by the API are useless. They're plain, old-fashioned
Do you see anything in the Review Board log file about this?
On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, Markus Fischbacher
> Hi there,
> I've a problem posting a review request via RBTools.
> Getting the following output during executing: rbt post
Also, do all the users need to install rbtools on their respective boxes to
On Tuesday, 1 March 2016 16:52:12 UTC+5:30, abhishek agrawal wrote:
> Hi David,
> I got the DNS issue resolved and am able to access reviewboard at
> /reviewboard. I have added the the git repository
I got the DNS issue resolved and am able to access reviewboard at
/reviewboard. I have added the the git repository in the repo
information. But now the issue is coming up with .reviewboardrc file.
My reviewboard is set up on a central server and all the users work on
I am the administrator of our reviewboard but I'm also a user. I have an
admin user as well as my own personal user (without admin privileges). A
couple of times recently I've accidentally submitted reviews and comments
while logged in as the admin user. Is there a way to prevent an admin user
This is not possible right now.
On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 6:05 AM Graeme Perrow
> I am the administrator of our reviewboard but I'm also a user. I have an
> admin user as well as my own personal user (without admin privileges). A
> couple of times recently
.reviewboardrc should be added to each individual repository. In the Review
Board administration UI for each repository that you've added, there's a
sample .reviewboardrc that will specify the server name and the repository
`post-review` was deprecated and its functionality is entirely
Sure, output is:
SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'sql_mode';
| Variable_name | Value
I've a problem posting a review request via RBTools.
Getting the following output during executing: rbt post --server
http://review.efu.com --username abc --password xxx --debug
*>>> RBTools 0.7.4>>> Python 2.7.6 (default, Nov 10
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