A command-line utility to work with Gerrit
grr is a simple utility to make using Gerrit a little less painful. It requires Python 3.3+.
The basic workflow involves using a detached head, and pulling down changes from gerrit to work on them, and re-submitting them. Inspired by git-review, grr reads from .gitreview files and will try to use your gitreview.username setting.
pip install grr
- grr init: Adds a gerrit remote and installs the commit-msg hook
- grr fetch 12345[:2]: Pulls change 12345. An optional patchset # can be specified, otherwise the latest will be used.
- grr cherry-pick 12345[:2]: Just like fetch, except it cherry-picks the patch on top of HEAD.
- grr pull [master]: Pulls the latest remote changes and checks out the given branch, defaults to master.
- grr checkout [master]: Checkout the given branch, defaults to master
- grr review [branch]: Uploads your patches for review, the branch defaults to master.
- grr [branch]: Shorthand for grr review.
Licensed as GPLv3 or later, see COPYING for details.
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