April 9, 2019
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Commit view improvements
The commit information view, accessible via the Execution Detail view, now shows much more information than before.
Commit contents can now be downloaded (even for ad-hoc commits!). This can also be found in the commit information view.
Last but not least, the commit view now also has a link to the VCS provider's view for the same commit, if it is available. GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket are currently supported.
Commit API improvements
The commit API now allows posting a description with ad-hoc commits.
The commit API now allows querying commits by identifier.
Commits are now limited to 1000 MB (and a warning is shown if a commit is over 100 MB in size). You should not store large files in Git in the first place – use inputs instead!
Default environment variables specified in the YAML file are now respected by the Create Execution UI.
The Execution Creation API now honors the default environment type specified in the YAML file.
ED25519 SSH keys are now supported. Super secure, super elliptic!
The Create Execution / Create Task view got a gentle coat of our best UX polish.
In addition, some T's were dotted and I's crossed, or the other way around, maybe.
The project dropdown menu now shows the organization name owning the project.
Numbers and booleans are now formatted much better in the execution and task list views.
Numeric values (e.g. for metadata or parameters) are now
sorted correctly in list views.
When you're a member of a team, the Create Project view no longer defaults to an arbitrary team.
The metadata chart's legend has been shoved below the chart itself, so comparing very many executions no more squashes the chart into an unreadable one-dimensional abomination.
Some SSH keys that previously mysteriously failed to work should now work better.
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