[Development] Gerrit Upgrade

James McDonnell jmcdonnell at blackberry.com
Tue Jun 25 16:07:35 CEST 2019

On 2019-05-06, 8:16 AM, "Development on behalf of Frederik Gladhorn" <development-bounces at qt-project.org on behalf of Frederik.Gladhorn at qt.io> wrote:

    We've been working on the Gerrit Upgrade for a while now and we are finally 
    getting ready to deploy the new goodness.
    We have all patches in our fork (yes, sadly we continue diverging a bit from 
    mainstream, adding our own state handling for the CI).
    The good news is that there are very few changes to Gerrit itself and most of 
    the code is now in a self-contained plugin.
    We aim to do the Upgrade to Gerrit 2.16.7 around the 20th of May (yes, that's 
    a Monday, we assume Gerrit will be down for the full day that day).
    The plan is to not actually take that long, but we want to make sure things 
    actually work after the long wait and there are one or two things we cannot 
    test very well without the right domain and everything in place.
    Things look good though and I'm fairly confident that we'll manage the upgrade 
    in May.
    We will collect some documentation here, currently it's just a placeholder 
    page, not yet worth visiting, unless you know the newer Gerrit and want to 
    help out documenting what is new:
    Development mailing list
    Development at qt-project.org

Is HTTPS access still supposed to work?

git push gerrit HEAD:refs/for/5.12
fatal: https://jmcdonnell@codereview.qt-project.org/p/qt/qtbase/info/refs not valid: is this a git repository?

Did the paths change?

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