Should I use
git pull origin master or
git pull gerrit master?
Unless you're a git expert, they should be the same. The remote repository "gerrit" is the "origin" for the code of Wikimedia projects. Change directory to a repository and enter enter git remote -v to see what remotes uses.
As Gerrit/Tutorial#Configuring git-review says, you can put
[gerrit] defaultremote = origin
~/.config/git-review/git-review.conf to ensure this.
It says "Please, commit your changes or stash them before you can merge." What do I do?
To discard your changes (and anything you had in the stash):
git stash git stash clear
Now you can proceed with your pull.
What's the difference between
git commit --amend and
git commit --amend -a?
The -a option automatically stages all tracked, modified files before the commit, letting you skip the
git add step unless you need to start tracking new files. A tracked file is a file that was in your last commit.
Submitting for review
When should I use
git review -R rather than just
git review -R when you don't want your changes to be rebased, because you already used
git pull --rebase origin master. To be more specific, when amending an existing change (adding changes to an existing patch set), you don't want to rebase against the master branch, as it causes the diffs to be cluttered.
How do I save inline code comments? I can only save them as drafts.
You have to click the "Up" button to go back to the change overview page. The inline comments will be attached to your "global" comment when you "reply" (save your comment).
How do I watch changes?
To link to revision 1234 use [[gerrit:1234|revision 1234]]: revision 1234.