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Re: [jgit-dev] note/review now available on egit.eclipse.org
- From: Matthias Sohn <matthias.sohn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 14:26:45 +0200
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2011/5/23 Shawn Pearce <spearce@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I have upgraded our Gerrit Code Review installation to the latest
master. This is a bleeding edge development version that will
(eventually) become Gerrit 2.2.
Two new important features:
Upon submitting a change, Gerrit now writes out a "Git note"
describing who submitted the change. You can fetch these with:
Âgit config --add remote.origin.fetch refs/notes/review:refs/notes/review
And view them with git log using:
Âgit log --notes=review
I have exported all back history, so all reviewed commits now have
notes associated with them. Please send your kudos/thanks to Sasa
Zivkov of SAP AG for the feature work both in JGit and Gerrit Code
Review that made this possible.
Each project's configuration and settings are now stored in Git,
rather than MySQL. ÂDuring the 2.2 series Gerrit will be migrating
more data from SQL to Git.
that's awesome :-)
One remark about the updated Gerrit :
I would prefer if the background color scheme which now flips from white to yellow-ish
when signing in would be inverted (flipping from yellow-ish to white on logon).Â