1. 06 Mar, 2015 6 commits
  2. 05 Mar, 2015 5 commits
    • Lukas Reschke's avatar
      Fix totally broken AppStore code... · d5a8225c
      Lukas Reschke authored
      As it turned out the AppStore code was completely broken when it came from apps delivered from the appstore, this meant:
      1. You could not disable and then re-enable an application that was installed from the AppStore. It simply failed hard.
      2. You could not disable apps from the categories but only from the "Activated" page
      3. It did not show the activation state from any category page
      This code is completely static and thus testing it is impossible. We really have to stop with "let's add yet another feature in already existing static code". Such stuff has to get refactored first.
      That said, this code works from what I can say when clicking around in the AppStore page GUI. However, it may easily be that it does not work with updates or whatsever as I have no chance to test that since the AppStore code is not open-source and it is impossible to write unit-tests for that.
      Fixes https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues/14711
    • Lukas Reschke's avatar
      Merge pull request #13368 from owncloud/memcache_lowlatency · 9f5433c0
      Lukas Reschke authored
      Refactor \OC\Memcache\Factory
    • Robin McCorkell's avatar
    • Robin McCorkell's avatar
      Refactor \OC\Memcache\Factory · 0e4933e6
      Robin McCorkell authored
      Caches divided up into two groups: distributed and local. 'Low latency' is an
      alias for local caches, while the standard `create()` call tries to get
      distributed caches first, then local caches.
      Memcache backend is set in `config.php`, with the keys `memcache.local` and
      `memcache.distributed`. If not set, `memcache.distributed` defaults to the value
      of `memcache.local`.
    • Jenkins for ownCloud's avatar
      [tx-robot] updated from transifex · 7e0fd8fb
      Jenkins for ownCloud authored
  3. 04 Mar, 2015 18 commits
  4. 03 Mar, 2015 11 commits