daragh.bailey at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 15:32:20 CEST 2016
I've been using some services that are backed by cgit and in accessing them
I'm finding it awkward to get permalinks to lines of code.
Using codesearch.openstack.org (uses etsy/hound project from github) and
searching for the line of code:
Following the first result returned brings me to:
While the default link available is convenient for immediate discussions, I
usually prefer to have a permalink for email and issue tracker usage.
Right now, I can click 'log' from the top of the page to go to:
Then click on the commit message entry to go to:
Then lastly click on the filename towards the bottom of the commit entry
page to get to:
Then any of the lines to line numbers, will contain the sha1 meaning that
they should be permanent (to a degree, I know someone could remove the
commit from the history if needed, but good enough), and I can use the
following link to reference the line I was interested in:
This seems a bit unnecessary. I'm wondering if there is a way for cgit to
easily get from the first page that I opened from codesearch.openstack.org,
to the permalink of the same file and line number at the point in time in
the repository that I arrived at in a single step? Is there a key like
github's 'press "y"', or an extra link that can be activated, or is this an
Alternatively is this something that should be done by etsy/hound (software
behind codesearch.openstack.org) in how it integrates to be able to provide
links to the file using the sha1 instead of against the branch name?
"Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool"
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