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Re: [egit-dev] Push to Gerrit enhancement
- From: Tomasz Zarna <tzarna@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 13:27:38 +0100
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> 3. Mylyn notifies me that now change appears (will it happen automatically after I push change or should I do some kind of refresh ?)
Yup, I think Mylyn syncs with your tasks repos every 20 mins or so. If
you don't want to wait that long, you can just refresh a query you
expect the change to be in. It's a predefined query called "My
Changes" in my case.
> for me it is one-step to complicated :)
> even sometimes I have to do some stuff under git command line client
How about identifying those first? This way you'll be eager to fix them ;)
When in doubt, don't hesitate to ask.
On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 11:06 AM, Kamil SoboÅ <iso.poczta@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> It is. You can add additional reviewers from the Task Editor for a Gerrit
> I'm new user of Gerrit and for now I'm trying to use only Gerrit web page
> (to have comparision when I will try-out Mylyn connector).
> Suppose this scenario (to ensure that I understand how to work with mylyn).
> 1. I have configured mylyn connector to obtain all of changes that are in
> 2. I do some work which I push for review to Gerrit
> 3. Mylyn notifies me that now change appears (will it happen automatically
> after I push change or should I do some kind of refresh ?)
> 4. In changes view I add reviewer of this change
>> Is there any other reason to add this except for usability ?
> If the above scenario is correct than for me it is one-step to complicated
> :) I want to send changes and set reviewer for them in one step (especially
> when there is more than one commit to push).
>> If you want to contribute to the project and are looking for low hanging
>> fruit I guess everyone here can help you and point to at least two ;)
> I really appreciate your work. I found EGit really usefull (even sometimes I
> have to do some stuff under git command line client). If those "features"
> are quite simple I can glance at it. I am really swamped with work so I
> don't promise anything.
>> The best way is to push a patch (proposal) to Gerrit, see
>> http://wiki.eclipse.org/EGit/Contributor_Guide for more info.
> I will.
> Best regards
> Kamil SoboÅ