Clone this repo:
  1. 3cea100 Test CQ traffic splitting with explicit percentage and whitelist. by Andrii Shyshkalov · 3 weeks ago master
  2. 59e7901 Test CQ traffic splitting with explicit percentage and group whitelist. by Andrii Shyshkalov · 3 weeks ago
  3. 6503842 Test CQ traffic splitting with explicit percentage. by Andrii Shyshkalov · 3 weeks ago
  4. 951aee2 Fix typo in CQ.cfg by Andrii Shyshkalov · 3 weeks ago
  5. 2e82a4a Test CQ traffic splitting: default 50% w/o whitelist. by Andrii Shyshkalov · 3 weeks ago

Normal CQ workflow.

First make sure you have proper codereview.settings like the one in this repo.

Committers set the CQ label to either 1 (Dry run) or 2 (Ready for CQ) which will automatically submit change after all conditions are met:

  • CQ verifiers pass the change.
  • Gerrit allows to submit it.

Clone it this normal way:

git clone https://chromium.googlesource.com/playground/gerrit-cq/normal

Initialize your repository first:

git new-branch feature
# hack, hack, hack
git add changed.file
git commit
# You can hack more, and commit again,
# but they'll all be squashed by default in git cl upload step.

# OK, now ask others for review:
git cl upload

# Make changes locally per review.
git add changed.file
git commit

# Now upload new patchset.
git cl upload