Hi, I'm trying to get some clarity on using GitLab.com (rather than a private instance).
I initially just dived in and set up the project as normal, picking GitLab in there, and setting up a personal access token. That all worked fine in terms of getting the repo code etc.
However, I then saw warnings about setting up the GitLab auth module (and how that should be done before synchronising) which I'd toatally missed. That settings page led me to https://www.jetbrains.com/help/upsource/2017.3/synchronizing-a-gitlab-project.html
That in turn links to https://www.jetbrains.com/help/hub/OAuth2-Authentication-Module.html
However, when I go in there and read the GitLab section, it says to 'Log in to your GitLab instance, and access the Applications administrative section.'
But, I'm using GitLab.com (which I read that you do support), so I don't have a GitLab admin section with Applications in. The only place I've found Applications is in my personal settings, but presumably if I do it there, it'll only work for me personally, rather than my team?
How do I set up the auth module to be able to support a group on GitLab.com? Or do I not actually need it, as it worked with just my password? I am assuming it's needed to support posting comments as the individuals in our team, but I'm not sure.
Hopefully you can make sense of this for me!
Thanks a lot