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Styling and views for DeploymentBot.
I thought I tried this...
Fixed sprockets issue with deployment bot.
CSS files in checked out projects in the deployment bot were being
bundled into the trampfire CSS. The manifest is lame, but the best
Deployment bot can deploy to heroku upon request.
Deployment bot clones and sets up heroku on project create.
Deployment bot knows basic info about heroku apps.
Copying and pasting views, always good.
GithubBot messages should open links in a new window.
Tracker messages link to the story they are related to.
Some styling of PivotalTrackerBot messages.
Test harness didn't match actual Tracker POST.
Cleaned up some dumb code in the GithubBot.
PivotalTracker activity hook target working. Crap HTML.
Basic Tracker bot with ability to save Projects to database.
This is technically required.
It only works because the other rack endpoint required it and happened
to load first because of alphabetical ordering.
Post-commit messages go to the intended tag.
Get rid of debug stuff around Github pull requests.
Don't hardcode the socket server domain name.
Kill a debugging thing for creating tabs.
Can select an active speaking tag from tab dropdown.
Refactor a bunch of DOM manipulation into templates.
Dropdown taglist from tabs.
That looks significantly less ugly.
Migration generator busted with the paths refactor.
Guess this doesn't have to go away.
Not sure how that made it through.
Giant changeset for Tabs.
You can create them, they filter. No edit, no delete.
Firehose tab. It's just visual. Nicely done.
JS now watches a transcript collection to update UI.
Styling pull request view.
Added post-commit hook curl testing script to GH bot.
Switch commit template to HAML.
Allow multiple template types, including haml.
Made view helpers more available, moved GH pull request to template.
Be safer about all these anonymous named pipes.