Sending a copy to wikitech-l, because this is a little bit more generic
than "just" MediaWiki.
the first one means you have something in /etc/git-review/git-review.conf,
which is probably unneeded. I suggest you to delete that file. On my
system, it doesn't exist.
The second one is caused by Gerrit update. Upstream kept refs/publish/*
working, because they know git-review is using that ref. I think that as
soon as git-review developers fixes this and you will upgrade, the warning
> Every time I submit a patch to gerrit using the git review command, I get
> two warning messages that I ignore. I just want to make sure that I can
> continue to safely ignore them (or else, how to get rid of them).
> The first one says:
> Using global/system git-review config files
> (/etc/git-review/git-review.conf) is deprecated
> The second one says:
> remote: Pushing to refs/publish/* is deprecated, use refs/for/*
> MediaWiki-l mailing list
> To unsubscribe, go to:
> https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/mediawiki-l >
On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 5:03 AM Martin Urbanec <[hidden email]>
> The second one is caused by Gerrit update. Upstream kept refs/publish/*
> working, because they know git-review is using that ref. I think that as
> soon as git-review developers fixes this and you will upgrade, the warning
> will disappear.
Yeah, I guess refs/publish/* is being deprecated.
Which is pretty funny, considering refs/for/* was going to be deprecated in
favor of the newer refs/publish/*. Later, that was deemed to be a bad idea
and so the new one was deprecated and the original retained.
Any scripts that use refs/publish/* should be updated. I assume git-review
will do this in short order.