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An Overview Dashboard for the DHTML Pickles Site with Summary Charts by Namespace and Tags #306

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dirkrombauts opened this Issue Mar 21, 2016 · 5 comments

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dirkrombauts commented Mar 21, 2016

Created to track further development and comments to #295

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aaronjrich commented Apr 8, 2016

Hey @dirkrombauts, forgive my ignorance, can you help me understand where this experimental code is going? Is it in the develop branch? If you want to contribute, do you pull down a particular branch and commit to that? Thanks!

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dirkrombauts commented Apr 9, 2016

@aaronjrich no problem. The code is in the develop branch like "real" code, but is only active if you provide the argument for including experimental features.

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dirkrombauts commented Apr 9, 2016

@aaronjrich so if you want to contribute, just work like you did in the past with regard to branches

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huguesf commented Nov 3, 2016

The overview dashboard is a great feature. Is there a way to automatically open the doc on that dashboard? It provide a great overview and we can see at a glance if there is any test failure.
Thanks for the great work!

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dirkrombauts commented Nov 4, 2016

Hi,
Thank you for your kind words. There is no officially supported way of opening the page on the overview dashboard. You can of course modify the generated code to open the dashboard in a "document ready" handler, but you'd have to reapply that each time you regenerate the living documentation

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