|author||Han-Wen Nienhuys <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue Jan 23 12:50:09 2018 +0100|
|committer||Han-Wen Nienhuys <email@example.com>||Wed Jan 24 17:55:41 2018 +0100|
Don't dump stack trace if the startup fails This makes test logs less distracting. Change-Id: Iad08a9c59234b0830c58288decb6dfd44159cad9
The SuperManifest plugin is for projects that use the ‘repo’ tool to piece together a tree of git repositories. The repo tool reads an XML file that describes the layout of the tree.
The file is usually called
default.xml, and the repository is usually called
Notable projects that use ‘repo’ include the Android Open Source Project.
The plugin will update a superproject to contain the submodules defined in the manifest XML file whenever the manifest repo is changed.
The plugin should be enabled in
gerrit.config, and then configured with a
supermanifest.config configuration file in the
refs/meta/config branch. The
supermanifest.config lists the mappings from source, eg.
[superproject "codesearch:refs/heads/stable"] srcRepo = manifest srcPath = default.xml srcBranch = stable
If all branches from the manifest repo should be mirrored into the
codesearch repository, you can specify
* as the destination branch, e.g.,
[superproject "codesearch:refs/heads/*"] srcRepo = manifest srcPath = default.xml
Users that have the
administrateServer permission may simulate an update to the manifest repository. This is useful for debugging, and provides diagnostics that are otherwise written into the server logs. To do so, issue the following call
curl -X POST http://HOST/a/projects/codesearch/branches/master/update_manifest
There is also support for the Jiri manifest file used in the Fuchsia OS.
TODO(anmittal): provide more documentation.