Console-based interface to Gerrit
DescriptionGertty is a console-based interface to the Gerrit Code Review system. As compared to the web interface, the main advantages are: Workflow -- the interface is designed to support a workflow similar to reading network news or mail. In particular, it is designed to deal with a large number of review requests across a large number of projects. Offline Use -- Gertty syncs information about changes in subscribed projects to a local database and local git repos. All review operations are performed against that database and then synced back to Gerrit. Speed -- user actions modify locally cached content and need not wait for server interaction. Convenience -- because Gertty downloads all changes to local git repos, a single command instructs it to checkout a change into that repo for detailed examination or testing of larger changes.
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