When accessing repositories that have folders more than 2 levels deep, my “Last Commit” and “Last Update” information never loads, just indefinitely spins a grey bar.
This happens to be on a setup running GitLab in Docker.
Here is my folder structure:
Repository/ ├─ node_modules/ ├─ src/ │ ├─ new_folder/ │ │ ├─ index.css │ │ ├─ index.js ├─ public/ │ ├─ favicon.ico │ ├─ index.html │ ├─ robots.txt ├─ .gitignore ├─ package.json ├─ README.md new_file
If I got to my repo in the browser, and enter the folder
/src/new_folder, the information shows like the following:
If I am 1 level deep, all information shows normally:
Anyone has any idea why this happens?
EDIT - I checked my requests in the console of my webbrowser, and see that the last forwardslash “/” is not encoded correctly, and shows up as “%2F”. This causes a 404 not found on the information.
I think it has something to do with the URL encoding, but is that controlled by:
- NGINX in the container
- My reverse proxy?