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EpokK opened this Issue Dec 12, 2012 · 19 comments

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EpokK commented Dec 12, 2012

I followed the installation procedure but Git Gutter does not work. I'm on OSX and I've tried different themes.

The problem is in Packages/Git Gutter/git_gutter.py
The paths for the icons use GitGutter as part of the path, but the package is installed in Git Gutter by the Package Manager.

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micheleorselli Dec 12, 2012

+1 Same issue for me too. My color theme is solarized dark

+1 Same issue for me too. My color theme is solarized dark

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Same here. I've tried different themes. I'm on OSX.

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naro commented Dec 12, 2012

Same here. I've tried different themes. I'm on OSX.

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nchaulet Dec 12, 2012

Same for me, on ubuntu.

Same for me, on ubuntu.

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brunto Dec 12, 2012

+1 Same issue.

brunto commented Dec 12, 2012

+1 Same issue.

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+1 Same issue on OSX Mountain Lion

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monptitjojo commented Dec 12, 2012

+1 Same issue on OSX Mountain Lion

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Calvein Dec 12, 2012

👍 same here on Ubuntu, even with Monokai and the default theme.

Calvein commented Dec 12, 2012

👍 same here on Ubuntu, even with Monokai and the default theme.

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+1 for Ubuntu

mreq commented Dec 12, 2012

+1 for Ubuntu

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The problem is in Packages/Git Gutter/git_gutter.py
The paths for the icons use GitGutter as part of the path, but the package is installed in Git Gutter by the Package Manager.

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cristinecula commented Dec 12, 2012

The problem is in Packages/Git Gutter/git_gutter.py
The paths for the icons use GitGutter as part of the path, but the package is installed in Git Gutter by the Package Manager.

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Fix path #2

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@cristinecula is right, I didn't realize the path would be different when installed via package manager. @mreq 's pull request will fix this for package manager but also break it for installations via git clone. I will work on a fix for this ASAP.

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jisaacks commented Dec 12, 2012

@cristinecula is right, I didn't realize the path would be different when installed via package manager. @mreq 's pull request will fix this for package manager but also break it for installations via git clone. I will work on a fix for this ASAP.

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This issue should now be fixed. The install directory should update from Git Gutter to GitGutter correcting the path to the icon assets.

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jisaacks commented Dec 13, 2012

This issue should now be fixed. The install directory should update from Git Gutter to GitGutter correcting the path to the icon assets.

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Just updated through Package Control and all is well!

Just updated through Package Control and all is well!

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Calvein Dec 13, 2012

I still have the problem on Ubuntu but instead of those strange lines I have "+" everywhere even on files I havn't touched.

EDIT : @mreq Thanks.

Calvein commented Dec 13, 2012

I still have the problem on Ubuntu but instead of those strange lines I have "+" everywhere even on files I havn't touched.

EDIT : @mreq Thanks.

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mreq Dec 13, 2012

@Calvein check #3 -> #9

mreq commented Dec 13, 2012

@Calvein check #3 -> #9

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@Calvein as @mreq said, this issue was brought up in #3 and I just closed it so you should be good now. :)

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jisaacks commented Dec 13, 2012

@Calvein as @mreq said, this issue was brought up in #3 and I just closed it so you should be good now. :)

gcarvalho referenced this issue in gcarvalho/VcsGutter Feb 26, 2013

Merge pull request #1 from BluePyth/patch-1
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jisaacks pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 2, 2013

Merge pull request #1 from RazerM/FixST2
Fix ST2 compatibility for gutter icons.
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Pautomagi Mar 25, 2015

Note regarding this and installing it trough the package manager. You will need to manually change the package folder name. It will download as GitGutter-Edge.

Note regarding this and installing it trough the package manager. You will need to manually change the package folder name. It will download as GitGutter-Edge.

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@Pautomagi that is only if you install GitGutter-Edge.

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jisaacks commented May 26, 2015

@Pautomagi that is only if you install GitGutter-Edge.

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Pautomagi May 26, 2015

Sorry about that, I forgot to comment again. But that is right. For some reason my package manager only displayed the edge version so I assumed that the package had changed name @jisaacks .

Sorry about that, I forgot to comment again. But that is right. For some reason my package manager only displayed the edge version so I assumed that the package had changed name @jisaacks .

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For some reason my package manager only displayed the edge version

The install command will not list packages you already have installed. :)

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jisaacks commented May 30, 2015

For some reason my package manager only displayed the edge version

The install command will not list packages you already have installed. :)

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