This plugin is built with Bazel and two build modes are supported:
Standalone build mode is recommended, as this mode doesn't require local Gerrit tree to exist.
To build the plugin, issue the following command:
bazel build @PLUGIN@.jar
The output is created in
To package the plugin sources run:
bazel build lib@PLUGIN@__plugin-src.jar
The output is created in:
To execute the tests run:
bazel test //...
This project can be imported into the Eclipse IDE:
Clone or link this plugin to the plugins directory of Gerrit's source tree. Put the external dependency Bazel build file into the Gerrit /plugins directory, replacing the existing empty one.
cd gerrit/plugins rm external_plugin_deps.bzl ln -s @PLUGIN@/external_plugin_deps.bzl .
bazel build plugins/@PLUGIN@:@PLUGIN@
To execute the tests run either one of:
bazel test --test_tag_filters=@PLUGIN@ //... bazel test plugins/@PLUGIN@:@PLUGIN@_tests
This project can be imported into the Eclipse IDE. Add the plugin name to the
CUSTOM_PLUGINS and to the
CUSTOM_PLUGINS_TEST_DEPS set in Gerrit core in
tools/bzl/plugins.bzl, and execute:
More information about Bazel can be found in the Gerrit documentation.