specifying -r skips .git-based login selection #51

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opened 2019-10-25 11:54:25 +00:00 by noerw · 2 comments
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When calling a subcommand with the -r flag from inside a repo, I expect tea to still use the correct login derived from the git remotes.

Somehow it chooses a different login (the one marked as active).

Related function: initCommand()

Use case: operate on my fork of tea, but list the issues of the upstream repo.

When calling a subcommand with the `-r` flag from inside a repo, I expect tea to still use the correct login derived from the git remotes. Somehow it chooses a different login (the one marked as `active`). Related function: `initCommand()` Use case: operate on my fork of tea, but list the issues of the upstream repo.
noerw changed title from specifying `-r` overrides .git-based login selection to specifying `-r` skips .git-based login selection 2019-10-25 12:12:43 +00:00
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is it still here?

is it still here?
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6543 added this to the v0.4.0 milestone 2020-07-16 12:46:37 +00:00
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6543 closed this issue 2020-07-17 16:36:51 +00:00
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