|author||David Pursehouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Oct 17 16:09:07 2019 +0900|
|committer||David Pursehouse <email@example.com>||Tue Oct 29 10:56:13 2019 +0900|
Adjust to latest Gerrit master - Rename reviewdb package to entities - Instantiate Project.NameKey with static factory method - Adjust to changed PermissionBackend.user API Change-Id: I90c756356e11a8644d6f679cd269f5ac12051e31
Purpose of this plugin is to use Gitblit as web-based viewer (i.e. GitWeb replacement) on top of Gerrit Code Review.
As pre-requisites you need to make a custom-build of Gitblit and Wicket: the standard JARs downloaded from a public Maven repository aren't enough as they are missing some specific build parameters and constraints (i.e. shaded-jar) that are needed for a Gerrit plugin to work properly.
You need to clone Gitblit from GitHub and build it locally using the installMaven ANT target.
$ git clone https://github.com/gitblit/gitblit.git $ cd gitblit && git checkout master $ ant -DresourceFolderPrefix=static installMaven
This gitblit plugin is built with Bazel. Only the Gerrit in-tree build is supported.
Clone or link this plugin to the plugins directory of Gerrit's source tree.
git clone https://gerrit.googlesource.com/gerrit git clone https://gerrit.googlesource.com/plugins/gitblit cd gerrit/plugins ln -s ../../gitblit . rm external_plugin_deps.bzl ln -s gitblit/external_plugin_deps.bzl . cd ../
From Gerrit source tree issue the command:
bazel build plugins/gitblit
The output is created in
This project can be imported into the Eclipse IDE. Add the plugin name to the
CUSTOM_PLUGINS set in Gerrit core in
tools/bzl/plugins.bzl, and execute:
In order to use GitBlit as GitWeb replacement, run the Gerrit init again and answer ‘Y’ when asked during the Gitblit-specific initialisation.
*** GitBlit Integration *** Do you want to use GitBlit as your GitWeb viewer? [Y/n]? y Link name [GitBlit]: "Repositories" submenu title [Repositories]: "Activity" submenu title [Activity]: "Documentation" submenu title [Documentation]: "Search" submenu title (makes only sense to set if some projects are indexed in GitBlit; single dash unsets) [Search]: "Browse" submenu title for the "Projects" top-level menu [Browse]: