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Nuclide file tree colorless on git repository #260

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dvcrn opened this issue Dec 2, 2015 · 20 comments
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Nuclide file tree colorless on git repository #260

dvcrn opened this issue Dec 2, 2015 · 20 comments

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@dvcrn
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@dvcrn dvcrn commented Dec 2, 2015

screen shot 2015-12-02 at 3 20 24 pm

I saw a lot of screenshots and reports from people saying that git diff colouring is supported as well but I couldn't make it work. Tried re-installing nuclide a few times but it still stays grey for everything while the normal atom file-tree is fully coloured.

Is this a known problem?

@mostafaeweda
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@mostafaeweda mostafaeweda commented Jan 14, 2016

@bitwisemanager
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@bitwisemanager bitwisemanager commented Jan 19, 2016

I'm facing the same problem. After installing Nuclide on Atom. when I change a local file in a Github repository the IDE doesn't add any class to tree view list.
When I remove all packages; clean the cache folders and reinstall Atom, it works again. If I install only nuclide, it stops.

I've already tried with both Atom versions 1.3.0 and 1.5.0, and I have the same problem.

@viatsko
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@viatsko viatsko commented Jan 19, 2016

Discussion about the problem of implementing custom git repo is here atom/atom#10423

I have a working git implementation in my fork of nuclide, but to work correctly it requires Atom patching because of that problem (repo detection firing up too early). Or solution 2 - make GitRepository pluggable :(

@ruler88
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@ruler88 ruler88 commented Feb 12, 2016

Looks like nuclide disables Atom's default tree-view package. Even when I re-enable the tree-view the editor doesn't seem to be showing the old tree-view. Is there something in nuclide we can dis-able so we can use Atom's tree-view package?

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@ssorallen ssorallen commented Feb 12, 2016

@ruler88 You can deselect "Enable the 'nuclide-file-tree' feature" (and in the next release "Enable the 'nuclide-side-bar' feature" as well) in Settings > Packages > nuclide to disable Nuclide's file-tree. Doing so will re-enable Atom's bundled tree-view.

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Note that Atom's tree-view does not support remote file systems, which is the main reason Nuclide has its own. If you are planning on doing remote development, you'll need Nuclide's file-tree.

@Kaijun
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@Kaijun Kaijun commented Mar 16, 2016

@ssorallen

it will cause something like this:
screen shot 2016-03-16 at 12 06 00

A blank sidebar for the previous file-tree still remains...

how to toggle it off?

@lightning18
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@lightning18 lightning18 commented Mar 16, 2016

You need to disable both nuclide-file-tree and nuclide-side-bar.

@Kaijun
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@Kaijun Kaijun commented Mar 16, 2016

@lightning18

thanks, i thought nuclide-side-bar was the next release thing

@ssorallen
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@ssorallen ssorallen commented Mar 16, 2016

In the next release you will only need to disable the 'nuclide-file-tree' feature. The side-bar will hide automatically when it has no consumers.

@BigMurry
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@BigMurry BigMurry commented Apr 7, 2016

I have faced the same issue. But I really like the working set feature, so it's a complicated mood to have to choose side between colorful tree-view and working set. Hoping this will not be a problem soon.

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@rentrop
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@rentrop rentrop commented Sep 4, 2016

Somehow this does not work...
My file tree stays colorless during changes in files...
@ssorallen solution of disabling tree-view and side-bar helped...

Any Ideas?

Versions

  • Atom: 1.10.0
  • Nuclide: 0.166.0
  • OS: OS X El Capitan v. 10.11.6
@BornaP
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@BornaP BornaP commented Sep 6, 2016

I too have the same problem with the exactly the same software/os x versions.

@pnakibar
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@pnakibar pnakibar commented Sep 15, 2016

My nuclide-file-tree is also colorless.

Versions:

  • Ubuntu 16.04
  • Atom: 1.10.2
  • Nuclide: 0.168.0
@KingScooty
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@KingScooty KingScooty commented Apr 23, 2017

What was the reason for this being closed? I too am wondering why my file tree doesn't change colour depending on what files are changed within a git repo project.

@viatsko
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@viatsko viatsko commented Apr 23, 2017

It works on a newer version of Atom + Nuclide (although, not for remote projects)

@KingScooty
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@KingScooty KingScooty commented Apr 23, 2017

It works on a newer version of Atom + Nuclide (although, not for remote projects)

@viatsko Are you saying the nuclide file tree changes colour when files change? Since when? I'm on the latest version of Atom + Nuclide and my tree isn't changing colour.

@viatsko
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@viatsko viatsko commented Apr 23, 2017

It works for git and mercurial repositories (currently use Nuclide on Atom stable + latest Nuclide). .git should be in the root of the project.

Alternatively, you can disable Nuclide file manager and enable default one.

@gustavopch
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@gustavopch gustavopch commented Jun 11, 2017

@viatsko My nuclide-file-tree is also colorless for local project with .git folder in the root of the project.

  • OS: Windows 8.1
  • Atom: 1.17.2 ia32
  • Nuclide: 0.232.0
@tjaklitsch
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@tjaklitsch tjaklitsch commented Jul 11, 2017

Why was this closed?

Experiencing same issue...

@ghost
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@ghost ghost commented Aug 13, 2018

Same issue here.. Why was it closed?

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