This is a mercurial extension that allows you to create code reviews on kiln right after you commit/push them on the command line.
The general gist of this is that you can create a code review via
hg by doing something like this:
hg push --rr tim,alex --rr joe
to get alex, tim and joe to review your feature.
A more full featured example would be this:
hg push --rrev ac39a0212:tip --rr ben --rtitle "awesome feature" --reditor
which creates a code review for the range of commits between ac39... and tip. it assigns ben to review the code and sets the title to "awesome feature" and then pops open vim to edit the default comment for the code review.
review.py wherever and in your
~/.hgrc or just repo/.hg/hgrc add
[extensions] dummy = /path/to/review.py
you'll need to add the following as well to your hgrc file (use your actual name and password instead):
[auth] kiln.prefix = https://kilnrepo.kilnhg.com kiln.username = email@example.com kiln.password = keymash
yeah, that's a little gross, but those are the breaks.
you will also need to have the "Mercurial" python package installed: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/Mercurial/0.9
or you may
pip install mercurial
overrides 'hg push' to add creating a code review for the push on kiln. Review creates a brand new code review on kiln for a changeset on kiln. If no revision is specified, the code review defaults to the most recent changeset. Specify people to peek at your review by passing a comma-separated list of people to review your code, by passing multiple --rr flags, or both. hg push --rr tim,alex,ben --rr joey You can specify revisions by passing a hash-range, hg push --rrev 13bs32abc:tip or by passing individual changesets hg push --rrev 75c471319a5b --rrev 41056495619c Using --reditor will open up your favorite editor and includes all the changeset descriptions for any revisions selected as the code review comment. All the flags supported by 'hg push' are passed through to push.