Update git submodules

* Update plugins/delete-project from branch 'stable-3.8'
  to 825dcb41a9abfc5892ef3b0f8e89b7ca25c8dfe1
  - Merge branch 'stable-3.7' into stable-3.8
    * stable-3.7:
      ConfigurationTest: Remove flaky invalidTargetArchiveFolder test
      Send project-deleted event after project deletion
    Change-Id: I2ac01b00d7ce442b96a032d90b4037670e65d79a
  - ConfigurationTest: Remove flaky invalidTargetArchiveFolder test
    This test is failing when running gerrit test in docker image with root
    user. It's also failing when remote build execution is used (BuildBuddy
    It seems to rely on the fact that the exception is thrown:
    java.nio.file.FileSystemException: /\\\: Operation not permitted
    However when the test is executed with BuildBuddy RBE that exception is
    not raised and as a consequence of that the test ends up failing. It
    looks that the folder /\\\ is created in the remote executor.
    While it could be fixed with:
    exec_properties = {
        "dockerUser": "nobody",
    we prefer not to complicate our build toolchain and rather remove the
    Change-Id: I51bccdf2cb19559690d3d88bd92cf60bc28f5fcd
  - Send project-deleted event after project deletion
    Gerrit EventDispatcher has two types of listeners: user restricted or
    unrestricted. For the restricted listeners before sending the event
    Gerrit checks if user has permission to access the project. This means
    that `project-deleted` event will not be delivered to the restricted
    listeners because when we send the event project is already removed
    so we cannot check permissions anymore.
    Bug: Issue 15778
    Change-Id: I86386cf8b321a2dcc8a4a8ee6f36815e5c9228a2
1 file changed
tree: eae3a0bb821772faff74cdc53796ac84c2b1d95c
  1. .settings/
  2. .ts-out/
  3. antlr3/
  4. contrib/
  5. Documentation/
  6. e2e-tests/
  7. java/
  8. javatests/
  9. lib/
  10. modules/
  11. plugins/
  12. polygerrit-ui/
  13. prolog/
  14. prologtests/
  15. proto/
  16. resources/
  17. tools/
  18. webapp/
  19. .bazelignore
  20. .bazelproject
  21. .bazelrc
  22. .bazelversion
  23. .editorconfig
  24. .git-blame-ignore-revs
  25. .gitignore
  26. .gitmodules
  27. .gitreview
  28. .mailmap
  29. .pydevproject
  30. .zuul.yaml
  31. BUILD
  34. Jenkinsfile
  35. package.json
  36. README.md
  38. version.bzl
  39. web-dev-server.config.mjs
  41. yarn.lock

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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>]

On Fedora run:

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

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To run a CentOS 8 based Gerrit image:

    docker run -p 8080:8080 gerritcodereview/gerrit[:version]-centos8

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    docker run -p 8080:8080 gerritcodereview/gerrit[:version]-ubuntu20

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