I’m working with arc diff for quiet some time, but today it stopped working and I don’t understand why.
When I run arc diff I get this error:
$> arc diff master --nolint Running unit tests... No unit test engine is configured for this project. PUSH STAGING Pushing changes to staging area... fatal: bad object cc9f175978f78b4620c9bb23f4af5a58186aad52 STAGING FAILED Unable to push changes to the staging area. Usage Exception: Failed to push changes to staging area. Correct the issue, or use --skip-staging to skip this step.
Hopefully, someone can help me with this.
The bad object it is referring to is a commit in a submodule, not in the repo I’m trying to push.
What I tried already without success:
- fresh clone of the repo
- installing arcanist and libphutil from git (master and stable)
nothing works. Normally I’m working with the arcanist version that comes with Debian.
OS: Debian Testing
git version: git version 2.28.0
The repo is clean, all submodule references are pushed.
$> git status On branch server_callbacks Your branch is ahead of 'master' by 1 commit. (use "git push" to publish your local commits) nothing to commit, working tree clean
So I don’t understan why arc is trying to push this commit???