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Git-Patchwork integration tool

Project Description

git-pw is a tool for integrating Git with Patchwork, the web-based patch tracking system.


To install git-pw, use pip:

$ pip install git-pw

Getting Started

To begin, you’ll need to configure git settings appropriately. The following settings are required:

The path to the XMLRPC endpoint. This will typically look like ‘http://HOSTNAME/xmlrpc’. For example: ‘
The project ID

You can set these settings as seen below. This should be done in the repo in which you intend to apply patches:

$ git config pw.server =
$ git config pw.projectid = 16


Documentation is available on Read the Docs.

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