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Manual Reference Pages  -  CODEREVIEW (1)

NAME

codereview - review of submitted changes (experimental)

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
See Also
Bugs

SYNOPSIS

hg diff path ...

codereview path ...

codereview -i issue path ...

DESCRIPTION

Codereview uploads suggested changes to the code review server codereview.appspot.com and sends email to reviewers. It must be used from within a Plan 9 from User Space tree checked out via Mercurial (see hg(1)).

A developer makes changes to a local copy of the tree and reviews them locally using hg diff . When the changes are ready for external review, the developer creates a review issue by running codereview naming the files to be reviewed. Codereview prompts for a Google Accounts user name and password to log in to http://codereview.appspot.com/ and create a new review issue. Once created, it prints a line like Issue created. URL: http://codereview.appspot.com/96161 among other output.

The reviewer will likely respond with comments and suggestions for improving the submission. After making the changes, reupload by repeating the codereview command with the -i option to specify the issue number (in the above example, 96161).

Once the reviewer accepts the changes, they will be applied automatically using the patch uploaded to the review server. To update the local tree, run hg pull with the -u option.

SEE ALSO

BUGS

The codereview command should be replaced by a proper Mercurial extension.

Making changes to the repository via patches discards the executable bit on new shell scripts.

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