I want to push commit to gerrit with sourcetree.
I read a previous answer edited in 2014 about this topic, but it seems that nobody found solution to solve the problem.
I have the last version of sourcetree, is it possible to do this now?
Hi David! You can use SourceTree to push and pull with any valid git remote. However Gerrit tends to use an extended push syntax / settings to be specific about what changes are for review - if you need to specify those on demand you would be better to push from the command line, but if you can define them as a static rule in your .git/config then SourceTree will respect that (see the section about editing .git/config here http://gerrit.googlecode.com/svn/documentation/2.0/user-upload.html).
Hope that helps!
Unfortunately, i already test those thread but they are not working.
From command line the push to gerrit is working.
When i put the value :
push = refs/heads/*:refs/for/* in the section remote origin in the git config file, the
push action create a branch and don't make a push to gerrit.
I don't understand why.
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