On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 10:48 AM, Doug Schaefer <cdtdoug@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hey gang,
> I talked with Denis at the Helios release repository. Only the egit is
> currently allowed to use Gerrit. It's partly a legal process issue
> since you need to be able to generate the iplog like we can from
> bugzilla (mind you Chris zx already has this coded up for Gerrit). The
> bigger issue though is just the server power needed to support Gerrit
> for more projects and that's probably the bigger issue. I'll continue
> to work with them and see if we can be first in line when and if they
> do decide to support it.
If you want Gerrit, please state it on this bug...
The iplog shouldn't be much of an issue as the git log contains all
the information... i.e...
Author: Dariusz Luksza <dariusz@xxxxxxxxxx>
AuthorDate: Sat Apr 17 22:35:08 2010 -0400
Commit: Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@xxxxxxxxx>
CommitDate: Thu Jun 17 19:09:09 2010 -0500
Add preliminary synchronization support within Eclipse for branches.
Implements synchronization participants and resource variants for
allowing clients to synchronize Eclipse resources against the Git
index and a given branch.
Synchronization can be launched for project's context menu by 'Team ->
Synchronize...' and from 'Repositories View' from branch context menu.
In 'Synchronize repository' dialog user can choose source and
destination branch (or tag). He can also define does local uncommited
changes should be included in 'Synchronize view'.
Also-by: Remy Suen <remysuen@xxxxxxxxxx>
Signed-off-by: Dariusz Luksza <dariusz@xxxxxxxxxx>
Signed-off-by: Matthias Sohn <matthias.sohn@xxxxxxx>
Signed-off-by: Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@xxxxxxxxx>
We have some consistent log messages to ensure that we know who the
author was, who the committer was... if there was a CQ involved... if
there was a bug involved...etc... in the end, all of our iplog
information is generated from the git repository itself, gerrit is
only used to help to figure out who is a committer based on committer
> But that does mean, we need to be prepared to go to git without Gerrit
> and will need to figure out what the contribution process (i.e. what
> would patches look like) is in that case.
Gerrit shouldn't be required for you to use Git, it should be optional imho.
There are many Git users who don't use Gerrit yet, although I believe
it would be beneficial to have a large instance at Eclipse.
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