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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
, 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!
Going over to the Issues
, then Boards
page renders no content however...
Reloading the page does load Boards
properly. Disabling Octotree
also allows Boards
to load as usual.
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.
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