Thanks to Jorg Mayer, I've learned this trick, for shell lovers!
Not only is gerrit the hosting platform for changes, but it's also the executable itself. To run it you should be logged in the gerrit machine (and you obviously can't), but if you have configured ssh access you can create an alias like this:
alias gerrit='ssh <yourusername>@code.wireshark.org -p 29418 gerrit'
By running gerrit you launch the gerrit executable on the wireshark's gerrit machine.
Available commands of gerrit are: apropos Search in Gerrit documentation ban-commit Ban a commit from a project's repository close-connection Close the specified SSH connection create-account Create a new batch/role account create-branch Create a new branch create-group Create a new account group create-project Create a new project and associated Git repository flush-caches Flush some/all server caches from memory gc Run Git garbage collection gsql Administrative interface to active database index logging ls-groups List groups visible to the caller ls-members List the members of a given group ls-projects List projects visible to the caller ls-user-refs List refs visible to a specific user plugin query Query the change database receive-pack Standard Git server side command for client side git push rename-group Rename an account group review Apply reviews to one or more patch sets set-account Change an account's settings set-head Change HEAD reference for a project set-members Modify members of specific group or number of groups set-project Change a project's settings set-project-parent Change the project permissions are inherited from set-reviewers Add or remove reviewers on a change show-caches Display current cache statistics show-connections Display active client SSH connections show-queue Display the background work queues stream-events Monitor events occurring in real time test-submit version Display gerrit version See 'gerrit COMMAND --help' for more information.
The command gerrit review sounds interesting. Basically it does what we're used to do in the Web UI.
gerrit review CHANGE,PATCHSET --code-review +1
gives our vote to the change, and
gerrit review CHANGE,PATCHSET --label Petri-Dish=+1
triggers the PD buildbot. BE CAREFUL: the PATCHSET is always required.
Imported from https://wiki.wireshark.org/dario/gerrit on 2020-08-11 23:12:27 UTC