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- Oct 1 2018, 11:23 AM (147 w, 4 d)
oops I didn't mean to commit this yet
Because, if there is a single yield expression in the function's AST, Python parses the function as a generator, so it can only return generator objects None.
Below is how it looks so far:
@ardumont noticed the replication was blocked, but our automated monitoring didn't alert us. He unblocked the replication, so your code should appear in the next hours.
Dulwich 0.19.10 (released in january 2019) changed the way they handle signatures on annotated tags, so we silently drop all signatures since we started using it (probably whenever we upgraded loaders to Buster).
This may simply be lag between the loader's and the frontend's databases.
Thu, Jul 29
It is now somewhat documented here: https://forge.softwareheritage.org/source/swh-environment/browse/master/docker/services/swh-graph/entrypoint.sh
docstring for each policy
Wed, Jul 28
it works, finally
_traverse should raise errors instead of silently ignoring unexpected nodes.
Do you restart regularly the graph service (through some docker-compose command) so the commands gets executed to fill it?
oops, wrong commits
partition all the topics
Tue, Jul 27
I decided to make the swh-graph container create the compressed graph itself before starting. That's the easiest way to use it AND to implement it IMO.