The full-featured Gerrit Code Review integration for Sublime Text 3
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The full-featured Gerrit Code Review integration for Sublime Text 3 (will not work in Sublime Text 2)
via Git clone
Clone this repo into Sublime Text's Packages directory. Target directory name must be SublimeGerrit.
via Package Control
- Open Command Palette
- Select “Package Control: Install Package”
- Select “SublimeGerrit”
- Restart Sublime Text
- Configure SublimeGerrit, see below.
- Open Command Palette
- Search for “Gerrit: Basic Setup”
- Select “General > Connection”
- Type your connection details. Host name must be in form: http(s)://host:port[/path]
- Back to Basic Setup and select “General > Git”
- Configure your Git settings
More advanced settings can be changed via “Preferences > Package Settings > SublimeGerrit - User”. Please also take a look at “Preferences > Package Settings > SublimeGerrit - Default” for all accessible settings.
- Press [ctrl] + [alt] + [g] or select “Gerrit: Basic Setup” command from Command Palette.
Configure connection settings. When you're done, use [ctrl] + [alt] + [g] or “Gerrit” command from Command Palette to show the list of available commands for current view.
All commands that are accessible after pressing [ctrl] + [alt] + [g] are also available in Sublime's Command Palette.
You can also use the following keyboard shortcuts to work faster:
[ctrl] + [alt] + [g] - display available Gerrit commands for current view
[d] - download commands [ctrl] + [d] - revert checkout [p] - switch Patch Set [enter] - review change [r] - rebase change [a] - abandon change [alt] + [a] - restore abandoned change [u] - publish draft change [q] - delete draft change [m] - edit commit message [t] - edit topic [c] - cherry pick change [F5] - refresh view [f] - menu of changed files [ctrl] + [a] - add reviewer [ctrl] + [r] - remove reviewer
[up] - go to previous change [down] - go to next change [left] - load previous file [right] - load next file [alt] + [up] - show previous comment [alt] + [down] - show next comment [i] - toggle intraline differences [b] - menu to change base patch set [c] - menu to navigate through comments [d] - menu to navigate through draft comments [f] - menu to navigate through changed files [e] - menu to list changes in file
Previously the project was a closed-source and required license purchase for continued use. Because it was not very popular, I decided to publish it freely. Anyway, I'd like to thank these few great people who decided to support me by purchasing a license! :)
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