Review Board doesn't provide any way to push to the repository because
it's actually a really hard problem (re: authentication credentials,
ownership, and merging out-of-date patches). We expect that after a
patch is reviewed, either the author or reviewer will then push it
into the repository using their normal SCM tools.
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 5:23 PM, Diego G. Pasqualin
> Hi, first of all thanks for the ReviewBoard, it is what I was looking
> for months! I work at C3SL (we are mirror of sourceforge.net, ubuntu
> and many others) and we have some projects with a large amount of
> patchs per day. You certainly know how difficult is to handle this
> using just e-mails.
> Well, I installed the ReviewBoard successfully and now I have a doubt
> about how to commit the changes marked as "Submitted" to the main
> repository of the project. I'm using git and I want to know if the
> commits to the repo should be made manually (shell command) or I can
> make it using the ReviewBoard interface in some way.
> If it is not possible now, I want to put it as a suggestion for future
> versions. Allow the administrator to push a review to the main
> repository using the ReviewBoard interface or better than that,
> allowing the aministrator to configure a minimum number of reviewers
> to check a review as "Submitted", when the ReviewBoard would make the
> push automatically.
> Thanks again,
> Diego G. Pasqualin
> By the way, sorry for my english, I'm learning ;)
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