General

The cr.openjdk.java.net server provides storage and display of code review materials such as webrevs and other artifacts related to the OpenJDK Community. If you are interested in monitoring recent reviews, try our review feed here.

Any user with push access to the OpenJDK Mercurial server can publish materials on the cr.openjdk.java.net server. Users can upload files to temporary storage using secure methods (rsync, scp, and sftp).

Terms and conditions

This site is for open source materials related to the OpenJDK Community only. Users uploading inappropriate materials will lose access and the material will be deleted. Please review the Terms of Use.

Special note to developers working on closed code and tests: This cr.openjdk.java.net server is intended for OpenJDK materials only. Please use your current process for webrevs and reviews of closed code and tests.

Webrev

So, what is webrev?

Webrev is a script that will crawl over your changes, compare the modified files with your parent forest, then generate a set of web pages to display the differences.

When you are asking reviewers to check over your proposed changes, it helps to make that job as easy for them as possible, and webrev is one way to do it.

For more information about webrev, refer to:

Example

mkdir 6543210
mv webrev 6543210/webrev.00

This will allow subsequent webrevs (if there are any) to be added as webrev.01 and so on without clobbering the original files.

echo "A suitable review title or bug synopsis" > 6543210/.title
echo "Short description of the change to be reviewed" > 6543210/.description

Syndication does not recognize line endings or formatting tags, so it would be a good idea to keep the information in these files as simple as possible.

If these file(s) are not found by the cr.openjdk.java.net server, the subdirectory name (6543210 in this example) will be used for title and/or description in the stream.

scp -r 6543210 username@cr.openjdk.java.net:

or

rsync -av 6543210 username@cr.openjdk.java.net:

Note the final : on the command line. If you omit that, you will copy the bits into a directory called “username@cr.openjdk.java.net” on your local system.

http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~username/6543210
sftp username@cr.openjdk.java.net

Use the rm command to delete individual files. If you want to delete a tree of files and directories, use the rename command to move them into your ~/.trash subdirectory. To continue with the example for bug ID 6543210:

rename 6543210 .trash/6543210

A cron job on the cr.openjdk.java.net server will periodically empty the trash for all users.

Please send feedback to web-discuss at openjdk dot java dot net

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