Eryk Szymanski

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Gerrit Productivity Hacks – Inline Edit: Change Source Code from your Browser

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Today, we will have a look at inline-edit, a neat Gerrit feature that allows you to change source code on the fly from your browser. This feature has been finished during the Gerrit Hackathon organized by CollabNet in Berlin and is available for all recent TeamForge versions. Inline-edit introduces buttons in Gerrit’s UI to create new Gerrit changes from scratch and edit source code of existing changes drive-by style. Editing an existing change – Modify source code adhoc from your browser Let’s start with something really quick and easy. We will just fix a typo by inline modification of an existing change. This is …

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Gerrit Productivity Hacks – Plugin For Gmail

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Today, as a part of Gerrit Productivity Hacks Series, I would like to point you to a relatively new Google Chrome extension: Gerrit Plugin for Gmail, which can significantly speed up your code review process. How does it work? Here is an excerpt from the plugin page: This Chrome extension aims to implement a very basic Gerrit workflow into your Gmail, based on the emails Gerrit sends. Specifically, It formats your Gerrit messages in Gmail. New changes and patch sets will include colored, unified diffs of the changes. Makes Gerrit emails easier to read by removing noise and highlighting important …

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CollabNet @ Gerrit User Summit 2015

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On Saturday, November 7 and Sunday, November 8 the Gerrit User Summit took place in Mountain View, CA. This quite exclusive (invite only) event is organized by Google annually. It gives an unique opportunity for Gerrit users and admins to meet and share their knowledge and experience about using Gerrit Code Review system. It also gives you great insights into the future of Gerrit so you might be less surprised by the newest release. 🙂 This year there was over 60 participants from various companies. Apart from CollabNet and – of course – Google, other important names were present: AMD, …

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Implementing Gitflow with TeamForge and Gerrit Part III – Alternative approaches.

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In this blog post series we talk about access right mappings between TeamForge and its Gerrit integration. The topics covered by each part are: in Part I: What Gitflow is, and how to best use it with TeamForge/Gerrit user defined repository policies. in Part II: How to implement your own user-defined repo category with branch based permissions in TeamForge 7.1 and Gerrit 2.6. in Part III: Alternative approaches to implement branch based permissions (without user-defined repo categories) and when to use which approach. Target audience: Project admins, Gerrit administrators using our TeamForge integration. In the first part of this serie, …

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Implementing Gitflow with TeamForge and Gerrit. Part II – Repo Category HOWTO

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In this blog post series we talk about access right mappings between TeamForge and its Gerrit integration. The topics covered by each part are: in Part I: What Gitflow is, and how to best use it with TeamForge/Gerrit user defined repository policies. in Part II: How to implement your own user-defined repo category with branch based permissions in TeamForge 7.1 and Gerrit 2.6. in Part III: Alternative approaches to implement branch based permissions (without user-defined repo categories) and when to use which approach.   Target audience: Project admins, Gerrit administrators using our TeamForge integration. In the first part of this …

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Implementing Gitflow with TeamForge and Gerrit. Part I – Configuration and usage

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In this blog post series we talk about access right mappings between TeamForge and its Gerrit integration. The topics covered by each part are: in Part I: What Gitflow is, and how to best use it with TeamForge/Gerrit user defined repository policies in Part II: How to implement your own user-defined repo category with branch based permissions in TeamForge 7.1 and Gerrit 2.6. in Part III: Alternative approaches to implement branch based permissions (without user-defined repo categories) and when to use which approach. Target audience: Project admins, Gerrit administrators using our TeamForge integration. In my post about Managing Git branch …

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Easy guide to mappings between Gerrit Access Control and TeamForge Source Code Permissions

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A lot of things have changed since my blog post about Managing git branch level permissions with TeamForge and Gerrit. There are new versions of TeamForge, Gerrit and a new version of our integration is about to be released. One area where changes happened on all three fronts is the mappings between TeamForge permissions and Gerrit access controls. As a result the mapping file has changed. It is nothing to worry about while upgrading. Our integration will perform the transformation of mappings automatically resulting with new mapping file created and old mappings converted to the new format. But it might …

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Managing Git branch level permissions with TeamForge and Gerrit

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Since version 6.2,  TeamForge supports Git, using Gerrit as the backend. Gerrit is not only our Git server, it is also a great code review system. In this blog post we will talk about Git branch level permissions and how to control them from TeamForge. Why would you like to use it in the first place? Well, with branch level permissions you can specify that certain groups of users can only read or push certain “refs” (branches or tags) but not others. There are two options for doing that: Use the custom repository category, which is turning off TeamForge autopilot …

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