It is available today. You can do an HTTP POST to
So Kunjal, basically you can write a post-commit hook that automatically
closes the review request. It will require that there's some indication as
to which review request the change is associated with. In Perforce, the
change numbers will themselves change upon submit, but if you knew the
previous change number that was posted to Review Board, you could use the
call to get the info for the review request, pull the ID out of there, and
then use that to call the /close/submitted/ call above.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 11:00 AM, Chris Clark <chris.cl...@ingres.com> wrote:
> Kunjal wrote:
>> Once the Review is done, user has to make Review as Close->Submitted
>> eles reviewers dashboard will still have the review.
>> We enforce this process on developers and developers are saying that
>> this is one extra step.
>> I was thinking whether it is possible to close the review
>> For example, for given Review, if the shipit_count is more then zero
>> then review is approved and we can close it.
>> Is there any way to do it programatically?
> IMHO having shiptit mark as submitted would not be useful. Where we have RB
> reployed "Submitted" means the code was submitted into source code control
> (which is a semi-manual process). What we'd find useful would be a json call
> (possibly called from postreview) to mark the review as submitted (if this
> is already present please let me know).
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