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Re: Error in git-cl creating a new issue

From: Simon Albrecht
Subject: Re: Error in git-cl creating a new issue
Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2016 13:20:37 +0100
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On 06.01.2016 12:48, Thomas Morley wrote:
2016-01-06 4:07 GMT+01:00 John Gourlay <address@hidden>:
I just submitted a small change to the Contributors Guide using git-cl. The 
patch got into, but not into I let git-cl create a new issue for 
the patch, but it produced a bunch of error messages. Does anyone have an idea 
about why?
No clue, sorry.
Phil, who did recent changes, is in holidays for three weeks, iirc

How do I proceed now?
I'd enter the tracker-issue manually.
With a link to Rietveld

The error messages were:
John Gourlay

Btw, I use the command
git cl upload origin/master
i.e. without the dash.

Should be completely synonymous, shouldn’t it?

My git-cl is at:
~/git-cl (master)$ git log
commit 5a8f66d7568a8cdc3de246f26cb538ac08315791
Author: Phil Holmes <address@hidden>
Date:   Tue Dec 29 14:36:38 2015 +0000

     More information if new issue fails

That introduced the ‘Failed URL was…’ and ‘Failed data was…’ messages instead of something more cryptic.

Yours, Simon

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