Usage

Usage

Hack on some code, then:

git review

If you want to submit that code to a branch other than “master”, then:

git review branchname

If you want to submit to a different remote:

git review -r my-remote

If you want to supply a review topic:

git review -t topic/awesome-feature

If you want to subscribe some reviewers:

git review --reviewers a@example.com b@example.com

If you want to disable autogenerated topic:

git review -T

If you want to submit a branch for review and then remove the local branch:

git review -f

If you want to skip the automatic “git rebase -i” step:

git review -R

If you want to download change 781 from gerrit to review it:

git review -d 781

If you want to download patchset 4 for change 781 from gerrit to review it:

git review -d 781,4

If you want to compare patchset 4 with patchset 10 of change 781 from gerrit:

git review -m 781,4-10

If you want to see a list of open reviews:

git review -l

If you just want to do the commit message and remote setup steps:

git review -s

Note

If using multiple SSH keys (identities) or SSH keys with passphrases, you may wish to use a tool like ssh-agent, Gnome Seahorse or KDE KWallet to avoid manual SSH configuration or frequent passphrase requests.

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