|author||Edwin Kempin <email@example.com>||Wed Apr 05 10:45:08 2023 +0000|
|committer||Edwin Kempin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Apr 05 10:54:13 2023 +0000|
Drop "Patch Set: <num>" prefix from change message that lists owned paths This prefix triggers special logic in the web frontend. If this prefix is present the frontend parses approvals from the message and shows approval chips for them. Due to this it looks like approvals have been applied twice. If a code-owners approval is applied and the message to inform about the owned paths is posted asynchronously there are 2 change messages and the web frontend shows an approval chip for both of them: 1. "Patch Set X: Code-Owner+1" posted by Gerrit core 2. "Patch Set X: By voting Code-Review+1 the following files are now code-owner approved by YYY: ..." posted by the code-owners plugin By dropping the "Patch Set: <num>" prefix from the second change message, the approval chip will only be shown for the first message. Dropping the patch set information from the second change message is fine, since the patch set to which the message relates is still available from the change message meta data. This problem started happening after the code-owners plugin has been changed to post the code-owner approved paths asynchronously in a separate change message, rather then extending the change message that Gerrit core posts about the approval (see change I129e611af). Bug: Google b/276276203 Signed-off-by: Edwin Kempin <email@example.com> Change-Id: I97a9bf0f8818abf31a071f88260359fbe677b30e
This plugin provides support for defining code owners for files in a repository.
If the code-owners plugin is enabled, changes can only be submitted if all touched files are covered by approvals from code owners.
For a detailed description of the plugin functionality please refer to the plugin documentation.
IMPORTANT: Before installing/enabling the plugin follow the instructions from the setup guide.
NOTE: The plugin documentation only renders correctly when the plugin is installed in Gerrit and the documentation is accessed via https:///plugins/code-owners/Documentation/index.html. If you want to read the documentation before installing the plugin, you can find it properly rendered here.
From the root of the gerrit repository.
bazel test //plugins/code-owners/web:karma_test
For testing the plugin with the Gerrit FE Dev Helper the command below builds
bazel build //plugins/code-owners/web:code-owners ln -s bazel-bin/plugins/code-owners/web/code-owners.js polygerrit-ui/app/plugins/
and let the Dev Helper redirect from