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Re: GitHub “pull request” is proprietary, incompatible with Git ‘request-pull ’

* Jeremy Stanley [Sun Jul 12, 2015 at 02:17:16AM +0000]:
> On 2015-07-11 22:32:31 -0300 (-0300), Antonio Terceiro wrote:
> > I have a few ideas about this. I have used gerrit before, and it
> > provides a really nice experience except for 2 little facts:

> > - you have to use a web UI thingy to review patches (although that said
> >   web UI does have a really nice keyboard-based navigation support)

> You may want to check out...

>     https://packages.debian.org/gertty

> Now that I use gertty, I can't recall how I ever managed to limp
> my way through the Gerrit WebUI.


And JFTR: 'git review -d $ID' (available via Debian package
git-review) lets you download the specified patchset locally for
diffing etc, so only for commenting and/or the {+-}{1,2} actions
towards gerrit you'd need to use the web interface (or gertty! :)).


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