New hook to update patch status on pull

Simo idra at
Wed Apr 3 01:27:18 EST 2013

On 04/02/2013 09:37 AM, Jeremy Kerr wrote:
> Hi Simo,
>> The current scripts rely on the fact you can install hooks on the master
>> tree everybody pushes to.
>> I cannot do that, I instead have a clone on the patchwork host and do
>> cronjobed pulls. The post-merge hook is then used to analyse the pulled
>> change-sets.
> No, they don't require any hooks on the master tree. IIRC, most 
> project maintainers using patchwork simply run a script on their local 
> checkout to update the patchwork states.
> In your case, I'd suggest a cron job to do a git fetch from the main 
> repo, and run tools/update-patchwork-commits (or a similar script) to 
> update the state of patches added since the previous fetch.

Ok, I guess I can retire the patch then.


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