Dec
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comment remove changesets
I'm not aware of any plans for this. You can bring it up on the Gerrit mailing list at groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/repo-discuss. The SQL commands would change drastically from one release to another, and there would be other changes you'd need to make at the repository level to completely remove a change set.
Nov
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comment Git mirror with gerrit
You can use git filter-branch to batch changes to commits. One quick example is at help.github.com/articles/changing-author-info
Oct
22
answered How do I merge Gerrit instances without losing history
Oct
22
comment Serve custom commit-msg hook from Gerrit
Gerrit's issue tracker doesn't use Bug or Issue either, just id numbers. The format used in the commit message is Issue: 1234 or Bug: 5678. Just want to mention this in case you weren't aware.
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Aug
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answered Is there any difference between git repository and git repository ported using gerrit?
Aug
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answered Rebasing branch containing closed gerrit reviews
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on nivo slider not working on IE or iPhone
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answered Error in Json request :{"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":44,"error":{"code":-32603,"message":"No such service method"}}
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answered How to prevent some builds from affecting the stability of a Jenkins project
Jul
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answered Gerrit REST API: cannot use _sortkey to resume a query
Jul
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comment Gerrit REST API: cannot use _sortkey to resume a query
Which version of Gerrit are you using? I just checked a script I use and it follows that exact syntax but works fine. I'm hitting a server running 2.8.3.
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May
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answered Git Submodules And Deploying To Production
May
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comment Git cherry-pick: how to regenerate change id?
I'm not sure, this was probably changed around the 2.2-2.4 range. You'd have to dig through the release notes to find the exact change. If the change IDs match but they are on different branches, Gerrit just creates a new change page for each commit. One will be merged and the other in review. The nice part of this workflow is if you search for the change id, Gerrit will show all the branches which contain it.
May
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comment Jenkins Gerrit Trigger ideal usage
Each job gets a sandbox on the Jenkins node. If you want to use a sub-directory of that sandbox, that might be an option. But typically you don't specify the sandbox location and don't worry about where the code ends up. If you need to move it somewhere else for publishing or similar, there are other post-build plugins for jenkins that can do so.
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answered Jenkins Gerrit Trigger ideal usage
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