[vtk-developers] git branch with missing gerrit change-id

Marcus D. Hanwell marcus.hanwell at kitware.com
Wed Jan 22 15:46:40 EST 2014

On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 3:43 PM, Sean McBride <sean at rogue-research.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 22 Jan 2014 13:24:57 -0700, David Gobbi said:
>>To amend a whole bunch of commits, use "rebase -i".
>>rebase -i <branch point>
>>Within the rebase, change "pick" to "edit" for each of
>>your commits.
> I've done that process before...
> But how does the change-id get added?  Is it added automatically when I recommit?  In other words, does the simple act of recommitting generate that thing for me?  I don't need to create it somewhere else and paste it in to my commit message?
Yes, the developer set up scripts add the appropriate hooks to add a
Change-Id to your commit message. Editing or ammending a commit is
enough to add a Change-Id line.


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