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size truncation hides some legitimate packages #425

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rogpeppe opened this Issue Jul 28, 2016 · 3 comments

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rogpeppe commented Jul 28, 2016

It would be great if https://godoc.org/github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go/service/ec2 could
show the package doc and not "The documentation displayed here is incomplete.".

Even just showing the index would be more useful.

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dolmen Nov 13, 2017

This seems fixed, isn't it?

dolmen commented Nov 13, 2017

This seems fixed, isn't it?

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It looks that way to me, yes. I'm not seeing the "The documentation displayed here is incomplete." text anymore.

The commit that resolved this might've been 95a6c63.

Thanks for noting this @dolmen!

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dmitshur commented Nov 13, 2017

It looks that way to me, yes. I'm not seeing the "The documentation displayed here is incomplete." text anymore.

The commit that resolved this might've been 95a6c63.

Thanks for noting this @dolmen!

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Yes, for now at least. Though it only bumped the limit to a large number that satisfies 99.9...% of the packages we have. This limit should really go away and we need to re-work some of that fetching process.

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shantuo commented Nov 13, 2017

Yes, for now at least. Though it only bumped the limit to a large number that satisfies 99.9...% of the packages we have. This limit should really go away and we need to re-work some of that fetching process.

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