Here’s how to set up the excellent VMware-developed open-source Review Board and its
[post-review](http://www.reviewboard.org/docs/releasenotes/dev/rbtools/0.2/) command line review creation utility to work with git and git-svn on your computer.
My assumption is that you’re working with a local Git repository that is remotely linked to an SVN repository via the git-svn bridge. Let’s assume that your master branch is synced with the SVN repository, and you’re working on
Make sure you have RBTools installed (
sudo easy_install rbtoolsfor me on Ubuntu Linux), and Review Board set up elsewhere.
Add a link to your Review Board URL in .git/config:
[reviewboard] url = <a href="#">https://(url_for_review_board)/</a>
Make sure all your changes in
bug_12345_branchhave been locally committed.
post-review -o, and…
Voila! You should have a new review up on your Review Board instance.
(After you get reviews, you can modify
bug_12345_branch, pull the changes into master, and then
git svn dcommit, blah, blah, blah.)