I don't think "--dest" flag lets you specify the custom remote.
If you look
, there is a call to get_origin() to figure out the remote. Since that
method is called without any parameters, it doesn't work with custom
remote; it always results in remote being "origin".
On Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 2:20:53 AM UTC-8, Barret Rennie wrote:
> Hi Vinod,
> You want the LAND_DEST_BRANCH variable or --dest flag.
> Barret Rennie
>> I was playing around with the the new 'rbt land' command and looks like
>> it assumes tracking branch to be "origin/master"?
>> In my clone of the repo I've multiple remotes configured and I'm trying
>> to figure out how to tell 'rbt land --push' to push to a remote that I
>> want. From looking at the code for land command, it looks the the remote is
>> derived from the tracking branch. But it doesn't look like
>> '--tracking_branch' is an available option for this particular command. I
>> tried setting TRACKING_BRANCH in .reviewboardrc but even that doesn't get
>> picked up by the `land` command. Am I missing something?
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