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client [Client] Remove some files that shouldn't have been checked in.
config Add authentication protocol var to deploy
doc Move config/environment -> environment, to match fezzik's default con…
lib Redirect to /signin when user cancels oauth2 login
log Create a log directory
migrations Indentation fix.
models Ensure that deleted users are not sent emails.
node_modules Update jasmine-node
public Fix a bug with implicit use of 'event'
resque_jobs Reflow comment text.
script Only allow a single fetch_commits job at a time.
test Add user_order to commit email test
views Enable a 3 month commit search window
.gitignore Initial pass at google oauth2 integration
.gitmodules Remove the wiki as a submodule. More trouble than it's worth to keep …
.rbenv-version Update rbenv version to 1.9.3-p194.
.rvmrc Add a .rvmrc.
CHANGES.markdown Update changelog with 0.3.0 changes.
Gemfile Initial pass at google oauth2 integration
Gemfile.lock Initial pass at google oauth2 integration
Pathfile Slim down our bloated pathfile.
Procfile Explicitly order the resque jobs from fast and important -> slow and …
README.markdown README tweaks
Rakefile Update Fezzik and Rake.
Vagrantfile Upgrade Vagrantfile for use with vagrant >=1.1
barkeep_server.rb Rename google_oauth2 to oauth2 Update Pinion to the newest version. Default config files for a production installation Default config files for a production installation
environment.rb Rename google_oauth2 to oauth2 break install script on error (e.g. dpkg already taking the lock)



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