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# git-cl -- a git-command for integrating reviews on Rietveld # Copyright (C) 2008 Evan Martin <email@example.com> == Background Rietveld, also known as http://codereview.appspot.com, is a nice tool for code reviews. You upload a patch (and some other data) and it lets others comment on your patch. For more on how this all works conceptually, please see README.codereview. The remainder of this document is the nuts and bolts of using git-cl. == Install Copy (symlink) it into your path somewhere, along with Rietveld upload.py. == Setup Run this from your git checkout and answer some questions: $ git cl config == How to use it Make a new branch. Write some code. Commit it locally. Send it for review: $ git cl upload By default, it diffs against whatever branch the current branch is tracking (see "git checkout --track"). An optional last argument is passed to "git diff", allowing reviews against other heads. You'll be asked some questions, and the review issue number will be associated with your current git branch, so subsequent calls to upload will update that review rather than making a new one. == git-svn integration Review looks good? Commit the code: $ git cl dcommit This does a git-svn dcommit, with a twist: all changes in the diff will be squashed into a single commit, and the description of the commit is taken directly from the Rietveld description. This command also accepts arguments to "git diff", much like upload. Try "git cl dcommit --help" for more options. == Extra commands Print some status info: $ git cl status Edit the issue association on the current branch: $ git cl issue 1234 Patch in a review: $ git cl patch <url to full patch> Try "git cl patch --help" for more options. vim: tw=72 :