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status

rbt status will output a list of your pending review requests associated with the working directories repository. Review requests which currently have a draft will be identified by an asterisk (*).

Optionally pending review requests from all repositories can be displayed by providing the --all option.

Usage:

$ rbt status [options]

Default Options

A number of options to rbt status can be set by default in .reviewboardrc. These can go either in the repository’s or the user’s .reviewboardrc.

The options include:

Options

-d, –debug

Display debug output.

The default can be set in DEBUG in .reviewboardrc.

–server

Specify a different Review Board server to use.

The default can be set in REVIEWBOARD_URL in .reviewboardrc.

–username

Username to be supplied to the Review Board server.

The default can be set in USERNAME in .reviewboardrc.

–password

Password to be supplied to the Review Board server.

The default can be set in PASSWORD in .reviewboardrc.

–all

Show review requests for all repositories instead of the detected repository.

–repository-type

Specifies the type of repository in the current directory. In most cases this should be detected automatically, but some directory structures containing multiple repositories require this option to select the proper type. The rbt list-repo-types command can be used to list the supported values.

The default can be set in REPOSITORY_TYPE in .reviewboardrc.

–p4-client

The Perforce client name that the review is in.

The default can be set in P4_CLIENT in .reviewboardrc.

–p4-port

The Perforce servers IP address that the review is on.

The default can be set in P4_PORT in .reviewboardrc.

–p4-passwd

The Perforce password or ticket of the user in the P4USER environment variable.

The default can be set in P4_PASSWD in .reviewboardrc.