gobblin-pr tool interactively guides committers through the process of merging GitHub PRs into Gobblin and closing associated JIRA issues.
It is very important that PRs reference a JIRA issue. The preferred way to do that is for the PR title to begin with [GOBBLIN-XX]. However, the PR tool can recognize and parse many other JIRA issue formats in the title and will offer to correct them if possible.
Please note: this tool will restore your current branch when it finishes, but you will lose any uncommitted changes. Make sure you commit any changes you wish to keep before proceeding.
Simply execute the
$ ./gobblin-pr Usage: gobblin-pr [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... This tool should be used by Gobblin committers to test PRs, merge them into the master branch, and close related JIRA issues. Before you begin, make sure you have created the 'apache' and 'github' git remotes. You can use the "setup_git_remotes" command to do this automatically. If you do not want to use these remote names, you can tell the PR tool by setting the appropriate environment variables. For more information, run: gobblin-pr merge --help Options: --help Show this message and exit. Commands: close_jira Close a JIRA issue (without merging a PR) merge Merge a GitHub PR into Gobblin master setup_git_remotes Set up default git remotes work_local Clone a GitHub PR locally for testing (no push)
gobblin-pr merge to be interactively guided through the process of merging a PR, pushing changes to master, and closing JIRA issues.
gobblin-pr work_local to only merge the PR locally. The tool will pause once the merge is complete, allowing the user to explore the PR, and then will delete the merge and restore the original development environment.
gobblin-pr close_jira to close a JIRA issue without needing to merge a PR. You will be prompted for an issue number and close comment.
gobblin-pr setup_git_remotes to configure the default (expected) git remotes. See below for details.
The merge tool requires the
jira libraries to be installed. If the libraries are not found, the user will be prompted to install them:
pip install click jira
gobblin-pr setup_git_remotes before using the tool for the first time.
Before using the merge tool, users need to make sure their git remotes are configured. By default, the tool assumes a setup like the one below, where the github repo remote is named
github and the Apache repo remote is named
apache. If users have other remote names, they can be supplied by setting environment variables
Users can configure this automatically by running
$ git remote -v apache https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-gobblin.git (fetch) apache https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-gobblin.git (push) github https://github.com/apache/incubator-gobblin.git (fetch) github https://github.com/apache/incubator-gobblin.git (push) origin https://github.com/<USER>/gobblin (fetch) origin https://github.com/<USER>/gobblin (push)
Users should set environment variables
JIRA_PASSWORD corresponding to their ASF JIRA login. This will allow the tool to automatically close issues. If they are not set, the user will be prompted every time.
Unauthenticated users can only make 60 requests/hour to the Github API. If you get an error about exceeding the rate, you will need to set a
GITHUB_OAUTH_KEY environment variable that contains a token value. Users can generate tokens from their GitHub profile.
The release signing tool can be used to create the SHA512/MD5 and ASC files that required for Apache releases.
To create a release tar ball execute
python setup.py sdist --formats=gztar from Gobblin's root. After that
cd dist and execute
../dev/sign.sh <the_created_tar_ball.tar.gz. Signing files will be created in the same directory.