|author||David Pursehouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sun Jun 17 21:12:03 2018 +0900|
|committer||David Pursehouse <email@example.com>||Sun Jun 17 21:12:03 2018 +0900|
Update bazlets to latest revision on stable-2.15 - Adjust names of prolog dependencies - Add optional dir_name argument to gerrit_plugin - gerrit_plugin: Improve stamping error message - Upgrade Gerrit API to version 2.15.2 - Set Gerrit API snapshot version to 2.15.2-SNAPSHOT - Fix the error in project properties generation file - Switch to 2.14.9-SNAPSHOT Gerrit API version for local dev - Fix deletion of Sonar Scanner folder - Automate SonarQube analysis for plugins built with bazel - Use bazel-cache instead of buck-cache - Use bazel-cache instead of buck-cache - Update Gerrit API to 2.14.8 - Set Gerrit API snapshot version to 2.14.8-SNAPSHOT Change-Id: I3a6999700696e71084710a66e7829b0630fa3190
The importer plugin allows to import projects from one Gerrit server into another Gerrit server.
Projects can be imported while both source and target Gerrit server are online. There is no downtime required.
The git repository and all changes of the project, including approvals and review comments, are imported. Historic timestamps are preserved.
Project imports can be resumed. This means a project team can continue to work in the source system while the import to the target system is done. By resuming the import the project in the target system can be updated with the missing delta.
The importer plugin can also be used to copy a project within one Gerrit server, and in combination with the delete-project plugin it can be used to rename a project.