This reverts commit ca4f322, as we're really running bash now.
Apparently in Ubuntu's /bin/sh, `echo' refers to /bin/echo, which does not support the -e flag (interprets backslash-escaped characters). In /bin/bash, however, `echo' refers to the builtin command, which does support the -e flag. So what it boils down to is some difference in how Mac OS X's bash and Ubuntu's bash handle escaping, but the fact that I can't nail down exactly what that is probably means we'll have to revisit this in the future.
…n changeset patches. git-review diff <changeset> Displays the diff between the last two patches in the given changeset git-review diff <changeset> <patch number 1> <patch number 2> Displays the diff between <patch number 1> and <patch number 2> of the changeset
The 'push' subcommand is required to emulate the old functionality, so this git review becomes git review push To pull in another review just make sure you have the right 'changes' remote and use the 'start' subcommand: git review start 45 Once you're done reviewing it, just use the 'reset' subcommand: git review reset
…raw' formatted commit logs.
…o don't use it.