On Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 6:30 AM, Joergen Edelbo <j...@napatech.com> wrote:
> Problem: It is not possible to push for Gerrit review as you will
> always try to push to "refs/heads/..." on the remote.
> Changes done:
> Add an option to select "Gerrit review" and a corresponding entry
> for a branch name. If this option is selected, push the changes to
> "refs/for/<gerrit-branch>/<local branch>". In this way the local branch
> names will be used as topic branches on Gerrit.
In my gerrit repos, I have this configuration
$ git config remote.origin.push HEAD:refs/for/master
And so I can simply 'git push' and git does what I mean.
My main complaint with git-gui's push is that it ignores my
configuration. Can you teach git-gui to honor this setting, instead?
I would like for this remote."name".push option to be smarter and figure
out which $branch I mean when I am not on master, but that is a different
discussion. Having said that, I see that your change to git-gui attempts to
make that automatic. Kudos for that, but I don't think this will work for
me as I am often on a detached branch and so "refs/heads/$b" is meaningless.
Can you think of a sane way to separate the "from" and the "to" branches in
the GUI? I mean, I would like to push "HEAD" and I would like it to
go to "refs/for/frotz-2.0".
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