Gerrit Code Review

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  1. 3f34c3f Merge "Add configuration of key exchange algorithms for sshd" by David Pursehouse · 2 hours ago master
  2. 0ddb99c Merge "Bump ow2 asm library to 5.1" by David Pursehouse · 7 hours ago
  3. 04f3be8 Update guice-multibindings sha1 by Jonathan Nieder · 9 hours ago
  4. 5a0e407 Merge "Show the latest commit message always in the overview" by Andrew Bonventre · 11 hours ago
  5. 0d4f2c7 Merge "Fix displaying diff for commit message" by Dave Borowitz · 11 hours ago

Gerrit Code Review

Gerrit is a code review and project management tool for Git based projects.

Objective

Gerrit makes reviews easier by showing changes in a side-by-side display, and allowing inline comments to be added by any reviewer.

Gerrit simplifies Git based project maintainership by permitting any authorized user to submit changes to the master Git repository, rather than requiring all approved changes to be merged in by hand by the project maintainer.

Documentation

For information about how to install and use Gerrit, refer to the documentation.

Source

Our canonical Git repository is located on googlesource.com. There is a mirror of the repository on Github.

Reporting bugs

Please report bugs on the issue tracker.

Contribute

Gerrit is the work of hundreds of contributors. We appreciate your help!

Please read the contribution guidelines.

Note that we do not accept Pull Requests via the Github mirror.

Getting in contact

The IRC channel on freenode is #gerrit. An archive is available at: echelog.com.

The Developer Mailing list is repo-discuss on Google Groups.

License

Gerrit is provided under the Apache License 2.0.

Build

Install Buck and run the following:

    git clone --recursive https://gerrit.googlesource.com/gerrit
    cd gerrit && buck build release

Install binary packages (Deb/Rpm)

The instruction how to configure GerritForge/BinTray repositories is here

On Debian/Ubuntu run:

    apt-get update & apt-get install gerrit=<version>-<release>

NOTE: release is a counter that starts with 1 and indicates the number of packages that have been released with the same version of the software.

On CentOS/RedHat run:

    yum clean all && yum install gerrit-<version>[-<release>]

NOTE: release is optional. Last released package of the version is installed if the release number is omitted.