My "Project History" tab stopped working, and is now a completely gray panel

#1

Today when I went to push some new changes to git hub I noticed that when I clicked the project history tab it doesn't populate, it is just a gray rectangle. Up to this point it's been working great, and I've made dozens of commits this way.

I double-checked my settings.js file, and everything looks to be in order -- the projects enabled section is set to true.

Under the project settings, my Git Remotes origin field points to the correct github URL.

I tried blowing away the settings.js file and re-modifying it so projects are enabled, but the result is the same. Has anyone experienced this before or knows what's going on? I have some changes to check in that I really don't want to lose.

Thanks!

#2

What you describe sounds like a bug - just a question of tracking down the cause.

Are there any error messages in the browser javascript console and/or the node-red console log?

The git repository will be under ~/.node-red/projects/<name-of-project> - so you can resort to the git command line if you want to make sure things are committed, but it would be useful to identify what is causing this issue.

#3

Thanks for the response knolleary. There are indeed javascript errors, see screenshot:

Looks like it's saying there's a corrupt object...can I try to delete the object in question, or will I just mess things up worse?