If you maintain the Git server yourself, you can use a pre-receive hook
that looks for a "Reviewed at <URL>" line and validates that the change is
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On Mon, Oct 26, 2015 at 6:37 PM, Jinzheng Sha <shajinzheng1...@gmail.com>
> Hi All,
> I am a newbie to ReviewBoard. And I just set up RB server on AWS, and ran
> into an interesting question. Hope you can give me some insights.
> The problem is that if I check out a working copy from the remote server,
> make some local changes directly in the 'master' branch, and run 'git
> push', it will check in code as well. But since I want to prevent users
> from directly checking in codes which are not reviewed, how can I make sure
> that 'git push' does not work until the codes have got 'Ship it' from
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