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#53 Gddo should not use proxy.golang.org 24 days ago

Comment by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/gddo

We can run our own Go module proxy and configure godocs.io to use it, or we can add write support to the Go module cache backend and configure godocs.io to use that (it is currently read-only). Running our own module proxy might be easier. Either way we might want to avoid storing source code indefinitely, so we may need a way to eventually delete the source code for old modules.

#317 graphql: change *_UPDATE WebhookEvents to *_UPDATED 26 days ago

Ticket created by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/sr.ht

#1 Implement vertical list support 2 months ago

Comment by ~adnano on ~adnano/wmenu

Adnan Maolood referenced this ticket in commit bd2e278.

REPORTED RESOLVED IMPLEMENTED

#307 GraphQL: Remove generated files from git, add makefile 3 months ago

Comment by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/sr.ht

This can be closed now.

#265 defaultACL always returns false 3 months ago

~sircmpwn assigned ~adnano to #265 on ~sircmpwn/todo.sr.ht

#267 Project creation tag input breaks 3 months ago

Comment by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/sr.ht

It seems like this is no longer an issue.

#52 Take advantage of improvements to go/doc 3 months ago

Ticket created by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/gddo

A proposal to improve the go/doc package has been accepted: https://github.com/golang/go/issues/51082

When it is implemented we should rewrite our code to take advantage of the new go/doc/comment package, which can simplify the way we render documentation comments.

#51 Improve error handling 3 months ago

Ticket created by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/gddo

When we fail to build a package, we should set an error flag and store the error message(s) in the database. We may also want to present the errors to the user in the frontend, or at least indicate that the package failed to build.

#581 Crash when allocating slice of length 0 3 months ago

Comment by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/hare

Perhaps [0...] should not have a length of at least 1? It could mean 0 or more zeroes.

#581 Crash when allocating slice of length 0 3 months ago

Comment by ~adnano on ~sircmpwn/hare

but it's worth noting that you should just use [] in this context, since 0-capacity slices are supposed to have null data pointers.

Right, but sometimes the length is determined at runtime.