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A stupid tool for listing and checking out Gerrit changes

Project description

Ferrit

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A stupid tool for listing and checking out Gerrit changes

Getting started

Installation

Install with pip

pip3 install --user ferrit

or from the repo

python3 setup.py install --user

Configuration

There (currently) is none. Ferrit assumes that...

  • You're using HTTP to talk to Gerrit
  • The remote you want to use is origin
  • Your HTTP credentials are stored in ~/.git-credentials
  • You feel no desire to verify SSL certificates

Usage

Ferrit can be accessed both with the ferrit and fe command.

List relevant changes:

fe dashboard

Checkout the latest patch set of change 123:

fe checkout 123

Checkout patch set 45 of change 123:

fe checkout 123/45

Search for changes containing the words foo and bar

fe search foo bar

Contributing

In the unlikely event that you want to contribute to Ferrit, please feel free to open a PR, open an issue, or email me.

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