diff and submissions

Mathieu Arnold mat at FreeBSD.org
Fri May 5 10:27:19 UTC 2017

Le 05/05/2017 à 12:20, Baptiste Daroussin a écrit :
> On Fri, May 05, 2017 at 12:17:06PM +0200, Mathieu Arnold wrote:
>> Le 05/05/2017 à 08:16, Franco Fichtner a écrit :
>>>> On 4. May 2017, at 10:20 AM, Mathieu Arnold <mat at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>>>> If you went as far as being able to create a pull request, you can do a
>>>> git show HEAD or git diff origin/trunk...HEAD and submit that in the
>>>> FreeBSD PR as well.
>>> It's pretty easy to extract the diff from a PR on GitHub, just append
>>> ".diff", and ".patch" works too, but gives the full git commit history:
>>> https://github.com/freebsd/freebsd-ports/pull/62.diff
>> Yes, I am aware of that, the problem with github pull requests is that
>> they are outside of the FreeBSD bug report process, they do not get
>> assigned to maintainers, nobody notices them, they just stay there, and
>> get obsolete.
>> There have been 61 before, yes, I closed a lot because they were
>> obsolete because it is outside of our process and nobody noticed them,
>> and for the rest either asked the submitter to open a PR on our
>> bugzilla, or opened one myself.
> I made a script which is a few lines of shell that converts pull requests to
> phabricator reviews automatically.
> I have handed it to some of the phabricator admins, I hope it will be progress
> soon.

Please, do not do that.

Phabricator is for code review, not bug reports.  It all ends up in our
repository, but Phabricator does not have any maintainer notification
like Bugzilla has.
robak@ has a script that does pull-request -> bugzilla, and it has been
waiting for months for someone with access to do something about it.

Mathieu Arnold

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