Fetching the code
Fetch the code
mikal really likes having all the code on his machines, it makes it easier to jump across to other projects and make complicated changes with a minimum of fuss. There's even a simple script to do that. First off, make a directory in your homedir called "src". Then chuck this script into a file in that directory:
#!/bin/bash USERNAME="mikalstill" for repo in `ssh review gerrit ls-projects` ; do mkdir -p $(dirname $repo) if [ ! -d $repo ] ; then echo "Cloning $repo" git clone git://git.openstack.org/$repo $repo (cd $repo; git review -s) else echo "Updating $repo" (cd $repo; git remote update) fi done
Change the username to your gerrit username of course. This script assumes that you have gerrit setup in ~/.ssh/config. mikal's ssh config for that machine looks like this:
# Openstack Host review.openstack.org review Hostname review.openstack.org Port 29418 User mikalstill
chmod the script as you usually would, and then run it. Its going to take a while, last time mikal checked, a checkout of the codebase took 1.4gb of disk on his machine.