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Aggregate tailer tooltip host on instance number and tasks dropdown #1022


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Calvinp commented May 3, 2016

This implements a tooltip showing the host and deploy id on the instance number in the aggregate tailer, and one showing only the host on the dropdown showing all the tasks.

@@ -227,6 +227,14 @@ class Utils
splits = taskId.split('-')
splits[splits.length - 3]

@getDeployIdFromTaskId: (taskId) ->

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ssalinas May 3, 2016


I think it might be a bit cleaner and more reusable to have a model for the TaskId. i.e. have something like a fromString method for the taskId model to set the attributes. Reusable where we need it, and you are then only calling the split once when you build the object instead of multiple times for the same string

@Calvinp Calvinp added the hs_staging label May 3, 2016
…, to avoid having to split the taskId over and over
@ssalinas ssalinas modified the milestone: 0.6.0 May 4, 2016
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ssalinas commented May 9, 2016


@ssalinas ssalinas merged commit d018e93 into master May 9, 2016
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