[webkit-dev] No more build breaks.

Mark Rowe mrowe at apple.com
Mon Aug 17 11:41:10 PDT 2009

On 2009-08-17, at 11:36, Eric Seidel wrote:

> If you're currently using "svn commit" or "git svn dcommit" to  
> commit your patches, please consider using "bugzilla-tool land-diff"  
> instead.
> Why?
> 1.  bugzilla-tool updates (and optionally closes) the bug for you  
> when you're done.
> 2.  bugzilla-tool makes a nice commit entry automatically for you  
> (not quite as cool as commit-log-editor yet, but close).
> 3.  MOST IMPORTANT: bugzilla-tool land-diff will automatically build  
> and run the layout tests before landing!
>      a. Impossible break at least one platform's bots when using  
> bugzilla-tool!
>      b. Impossible to inadvertently land when the tree is red!

4. bugzilla-tool will dump lots of exciting yet irrelevant junk in the  
bug before closing it (<http://webkit.org/b/26920>).  That's always fun!

5. In the interests of keeping life interesting, bugzilla-tool will  
sometimes commit with the wrong commit message (<http://webkit.org/b/28092 

- Mark

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