Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

Octotree is an awesome browser extension that makes looking through Git repositories a breeze. It adds a vertical side bar that provides a file system view of whatever Git project you happen to be looking at. It works both on GitHub and GitLab, or at least used to. Recently I found that some features in GitLab stopped working while Octotree is enabled. Namely the Issue Boards do not load as expected.

This is what Octotree typically looks like, it's neat!
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Going over to the Issues, then Boards page renders no content however...
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Reloading the page does load Boards properly. Disabling Octotree also allows Boards to load as usual.
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I logged a couple of issues for this problem. First over at GitLab before I knew it was an Octotree problem, then over at the Octotree GitHub Repository. As it stands now we may have to wait until GitLab integrates Octotree as a default before this all works again.

FYI this was with Octotree 2.0.17 running in Safari 10.0.3 on macOS Sierra 10.12.3.

-i

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