Reg : How to contribute
Lance J. Andersen
Lance.Andersen at Sun.COM
Wed Jul 15 11:33:52 PDT 2009
Ulf Zibis wrote:
> Am 15.07.2009 19:36, Lance J. Andersen schrieb:
>> Ulf Zibis wrote:
>>> But does this script help me, to have an account on webrev server ?
>> There is no webrev server,
> I just referred to http://cr.openjdk.java.net/ :
> _This server_ provides storage and display of code review materials
> such as webrevs and other artifacts related to the OpenJDK
> <http://openjdk.java.net/> Community. If you are interested in
> monitoring recent reviews, try our review feed here
> Any user with push access to the OpenJDK Mercurial
> <http://hg.openjdk.java.net> server can publish materials on _this
> server_. Users can upload files to temporary storage using secure
> methods (rsync, scp, and sftp).
If you have push access to the workspace, you should be able to to do
this now. I have not tried it myself, but if you have problems, just
create a zip of the webrev directory and include it with your review
request email or just email it to whomever has volunteered to review.
>>> ... and what does this script do? Does it open a GUI where I can enter
>>> the mercurial changeset to upload?
>> The script will create a set of diffs which you can view easily in a
>> web browser. Much easier to read than a standard diff.
> OK, thanks. Is there any tutorial for best practice of this script.
> Should it be started in same folder as local .hg repository?
> But anyway, I still need an account on your whatever server to publish
> those set of diffs.
There is not tutorial outside of the blog that I know of but this should
get you started http://blogs.sun.com/jcc/date/20080211
It is really pretty straightforward, it will create a directory with the
generated html files of your changes... I believe some versions might
create a zip for you of your webrev.
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