Sometimes, when doing a post-review, other people’s commits show up in your diff, this is due to out-of-sync branches.
This is a common issue but the fix is fairly simple.
From the terminal inside your review board root directory, type the following commands:
$ git checkout master
$ git fetch origin
$ git fetch origin master
$ git pull origin master
$ git checkout "feature branch"
$ git merge master
$ post-review -r "review id"
Where “feature branch” is the name of your out-of-sync branch, and “review id” is the id of your posted review.
That’s it, your branches should now be in-sync.
What was accomplished:
- r2808: Add a collapse all button to reviews
- r2816: Maximize issue summary width
- Assist new students during sprint
What I plan on doing:
- Fix the counters found on the dashboard
- Enhance the visuals on the issue summary table
- Add buttons to the issue summary table
- Add “required” flags to review fields
- Help mentors with tasks
- Provide students with help and provide code reviews throughout the term
- Add “types” to reviews (e.g.: bug fix/feature/enhancement/maintenance)
- Add testing templates that speed up filling out the testing done field in a review as an extension
If any compelling features or bug fixes are required or come up, they can supersede my project choices.
- ChipX86: Christian Hammond
- purple_cow: David Trowbridge
- m_conley: Mike Conley
- happyface: Dave Druska
- medanat: Yazan Medanat
- smacleod: Steven MacLeod
- jimrrchen: Ruirong Chen (aka Jim)
- ammok: Anthony Mok
- CurtisM: Curtis Muller
- weilul: Wei Lu Liu (aka Willer)
- H20_: Wilson Yeung
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