|Push a patch for approval? [message #875991]
||Wed, 23 May 2012 17:38
| Jeremie Bresson
Registered: November 2010
I am trying to work on bug 379783 (as casual individual contributor). It is on WikiText, but I understood the workflow is the same for all Mylyn projects.|
I am very new to these modern technologies (git, gerrit, mylyn, ...). I am trying to use the contributor reference, but I did not understood everything.
I published a first patch on bugzilla.
David Green pushed it as a first review on gerrit: https://git.eclipse.org/r/#change,6020
We both agreed that my patch also needed a "loop detection" in the mediawiki template resolution.
I published a second patch... I assumed after some times, that I might had to pushed it myself on the gerrit server.
Therefore I made a checkout as proposed by gerrit:
git fetch git://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/mylyn/org.eclipse.mylyn.docs refs/changes/20/6020/1 && git checkout FETCH_HEAD
I applied my patch and commit it in my local repository (new commit, not as git amend)
Now I have this:
I have tried:
git push gerrit
fatal: 'gerrit' does not appear to be a git repository
but I need to define gerrit as remote repository (I did not do this, because I do not know how).
Some other questions:
- I am not a project commiter. Do I have right to push someting on gerrit ?
- How do I push a second change on gerrit, so that the change appears at the same place (in order to have a single point of discussion on gerrit) ?
NB: I am not sure that the section 4.8 Reviews is up to date... The gerrit instance http://review.mylyn.org/ is not used any longer, isn't it?
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