This is on the "es" branch. We've managed to break infinite scrolling on the ES branch somehow. I don't see anything obvious in the error console. It just does nothing. To repro: 1. Put 100 or so lines that match a search query into, say, test_basic/code/README.mkd. I like to use something like... 1 bottle of frobscottle on the wall 2 bottles of frobscottle on the wall 3 bottles of frobscottle on the wall etc. That way, they're nicely numbered so you can see if the search found them all. 2. Resize your browser window to be vertically small, so not all the results load initially. 3. Search for, say, "frobscottle". Hit Return, or don't; both fail. 4. Scroll to the bottom. No more results load.
Ugh, how things change.... So, I honestly do not know when I will get to this so, I am opening the doors to anyone interested in picking this up. Sorry :erik :(
Assignee: schalk.neethling.bugs → nobody
Failing all else, I'll take care of it. Best of luck in your new position!
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Assignee: nobody → mkelly
May the odds (and we have plenty of them) be ever in your favor.
Commit pushed to es at https://github.com/mozilla/dxr https://github.com/mozilla/dxr/commit/589decba227d97d15cf1bccdcbaf97d3d869c2e8 Fix bug 1119862: Fix infinite scrolling. Fixes the infinite scroll to append lines to files that are already shown on the page instead of creating a new file entry in the search results.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Commit pushed to master at https://github.com/mozilla/dxr https://github.com/mozilla/dxr/commit/589decba227d97d15cf1bccdcbaf97d3d869c2e8 Fix bug 1119862: Fix infinite scrolling.
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