File an issue. The issue will be used to discuss the bug or feature and should be created before sending a CL.
GOBINdirectory (by default
$(go env GOPATH)/bin) is in your
/usr/local/go, is on your
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go get golang.org/x/review/git-codereview && go install golang.org/x/review/git-codereview to install the code reviewing tool.
Ensure it's working by running
git codereview (check your
PATH if not).
If you would like, you may want to set up aliases for
git-codereview, such that
git codereview change becomes
git change. See the godoc for details.
git-codereviewtool, please note that all error messages will assume that you have set up these aliases.
Change to a directory of your choosing and clone the repo.
cd ~/code git clone https://code.googlesource.com/gocloud
If you have already checked out the source, make sure that the remote
origin is https://code.googlesource.com/gocloud:
git remote -v # ... git remote set-url origin https://code.googlesource.com/gocloud
Change to the project directory:
Make sure your
git auth is configured correctly by visiting https://code.googlesource.com, clicking “Generate Password” at the top-right, and following the directions. Otherwise,
git codereview mail in the next step will fail.
Now you are ready to make changes. Don't create a new branch or make commits in the traditional way. Use the following
git codereview commands to create a commit and create a Gerrit CL:
git codereview change <branch-name> # Use this instead of git checkout -b <branch-name> # Make changes. git add ... git codereview change # Use this instead of git commit git codereview mail # If this fails, the error message will contain instructions to fix it.
gitbranch for you to develop on. Once your change is merged, you can delete this branch.
As you make changes for code review, ammend the commit and re-mail the change:
# Make more changes. git add ... git codereview change git codereview mail
Warning: do not change the
Change-Id at the bottom of the commit message - it‘s how Gerrit knows which change this is (or if it’s new).
When you fixes issues from code review, respond to each code review message then click Reply at the top of the page.
Each new mailed amendment will create a new patch set for your change in Gerrit. Patch sets can be compared and reviewed.
Note: if your change includes a breaking change, our breaking change detector will cause CI/CD to fail. If your breaking change is acceptable in some way, add a
BREAKING_CHANGE_ACCEPTABLE=<reason> line to the commit message to cause the detector not to be run and to make it clear why that is acceptable.
Finally, add reviewers to your CL when it‘s ready for review. Reviewers will not be added automatically. If you’re not sure who to add for your code review, add tbp@, cbro@, and codyoss@.
In addition to the unit tests, you may run the integration test suite. These directions describe setting up your environment to run integration tests for all packages: note that many of these instructions may be redundant if you intend only to run integration tests on a single package.
To run the integrations tests, creation and configuration of two projects in the Google Developers Console is required: one specifically for Firestore integration tests, and another for all other integration tests. We'll refer to these projects as “general project” and “Firestore project”.
After creating each project, you must create a service account for each project. Ensure the project-level Owner IAM role role is added to each service account. During the creation of the service account, you should download the JSON credential file for use later.
Next, ensure the following APIs are enabled in the general project:
Next, create a Datastore database in the general project, and a Firestore database in the Firestore project.
Finally, in the general project, create an API key for the translate API:
GCLOUD_TESTS_API_KEYas described below.
Once the two projects are created and configured, set the following environment variables:
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_PROJECT_ID: Developers Console project's ID (e.g. bamboo-shift-455) for the general project.
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_KEY: The path to the JSON key file of the general project's service account.
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_FIRESTORE_PROJECT_ID: Developers Console project's ID (e.g. doorway-cliff-677) for the Firestore project.
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_FIRESTORE_KEY: The path to the JSON key file of the Firestore project's service account.
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_KEYRING: The full name of the keyring for the tests, in the form “projects/P/locations/L/keyRings/R”. The creation of this is described below.
GCLOUD_TESTS_API_KEY: API key for using the Translate API.
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_ZONE: Compute Engine zone.
Install the gcloud command-line tool to your machine and use it to create some resources used in integration tests.
From the project's root directory:
# Sets the default project in your env. $ gcloud config set project $GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_PROJECT_ID # Authenticates the gcloud tool with your account. $ gcloud auth login # Create the indexes used in the datastore integration tests. $ gcloud datastore indexes create datastore/testdata/index.yaml # Creates a Google Cloud storage bucket with the same name as your test project, # and with the Stackdriver Logging service account as owner, for the sink # integration tests in logging. $ gsutil mb gs://$GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_PROJECT_ID $ gsutil acl ch -g email@example.com:O gs://$GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_PROJECT_ID # Creates a PubSub topic for integration tests of storage notifications. $ gcloud beta pubsub topics create go-storage-notification-test # Next, go to the Pub/Sub dashboard in GCP console. Authorize the user # "service-<numberic project id>@gs-project-accounts.iam.gserviceaccount.com" # as a publisher to that topic. # Creates a Spanner instance for the spanner integration tests. $ gcloud beta spanner instances create go-integration-test --config regional-us-central1 --nodes 10 --description 'Instance for go client test' # NOTE: Spanner instances are priced by the node-hour, so you may want to # delete the instance after testing with 'gcloud beta spanner instances delete'. $ export MY_KEYRING=some-keyring-name $ export MY_LOCATION=global # Creates a KMS keyring, in the same location as the default location for your # project's buckets. $ gcloud kms keyrings create $MY_KEYRING --location $MY_LOCATION # Creates two keys in the keyring, named key1 and key2. $ gcloud kms keys create key1 --keyring $MY_KEYRING --location $MY_LOCATION --purpose encryption $ gcloud kms keys create key2 --keyring $MY_KEYRING --location $MY_LOCATION --purpose encryption # Sets the GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_KEYRING environment variable. $ export GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_KEYRING=projects/$GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_PROJECT_ID/locations/$MY_LOCATION/keyRings/$MY_KEYRING # Authorizes Google Cloud Storage to encrypt and decrypt using key1. gsutil kms authorize -p $GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_PROJECT_ID -k $GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_KEYRING/cryptoKeys/key1
Once you've done the necessary setup, you can run the integration tests by running:
$ go test -v cloud.google.com/go/...
Some packages can record the RPCs during integration tests to a file for subsequent replay. To record, pass the
-record flag to
go test. The recording will be saved to the package
.replay file. To replay integration tests from a saved recording, the replay file must be present, the
-short flag must be passed to
go test, and the
GCLOUD_TESTS_GOLANG_ENABLE_REPLAY environment variable must have a non-empty value.
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