[PATCH 1/1] templates: Add label for patch ID checkbox
stephen at that.guru
Wed Jun 20 06:40:04 AEST 2018
On Tue, 2018-06-19 at 21:47 +0200, Petr Vorel wrote:
> Hi Stephen,
> > > Signed-off-by: Petr Vorel <petr.vorel at gmail.com>
> > Thanks for this and sorry for missing the pull request. Unfortunately
> > it seems this is incomplete as I see the following error when I apply
> > the patch.
> No problem, my fault that I overlooked info about ML :).
> > TemplateSyntaxError at /project/patchwork/list/
> > Invalid block tag on line 180: 'else', expected 'endwith'. Did you
> > forget to register or load this tag?
> > Could you take a look and see what's up?
> Sorry for wrong patch.
> I'm busy atm, it might take some time, but I'll post fixed v2.
OK, fair warning that I'm releasing Patchwork v2.1 tonight so this will
not be included until v2.2. However, I expect that to be released far
quicker than v2.1 was so the wait shouldn't be too significant.
> This version I created HTML over web developer tools, which is wrong.
> I'll need to setup installation to do it properly.
> I've just installed docker based setup, but obviously there are no data.
> Do you setup ML for development or is there any script to fill DB with testing data?
Yes, if you can source a properly formatted mbox from a mailing list,
you can use the parsearchive command to load it. The below
documentation should help you both source an archive and load it into
Note that you should run each 'manage.py' command through Docker. For
docker-compose run --rm web python manage.py --help
Let me know if anything isn't clear.
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