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The arc land workflow is for landing a change after code review.
$ arc help land land [options] [branch] [--onto master] Supports: git, hg Land an accepted change (currently sitting in local feature branch branch) onto master and push it to the remote. Then, delete the feature branch. If you omit branch, the current branch will be used. In mutable repositories, this will perform a --squash merge (the entire branch will be represented by one commit on master). In immutable repositories (or when --merge is provided), it will perform a --no-ff merge (the branch will always be merged into master with a merge commit). --delete-remote Delete the feature branch in the remote after landing it. --hold Prepare the change to be pushed, but do not actually push it. --keep-branch Keep the feature branch after pushing changes to the remote (by default, it is deleted). --merge Supports: git Perform a --no-ff merge, not a --squash merge. If the project is marked as having an immutable history, this is the default behavior. --onto master Land feature branch onto a branch other than the default ('master' in git, 'default' in hg). You can change the default by setting 'arc.land.onto.default' with `arc set-config` or for the entire project in .arcconfig. --preview Prints the commits that would be landed. Does not actually modify or land the commits. --remote origin Push to a remote other than the default ('origin' in git). --revision id Use the message from a specific revision, rather than inferring the revision based on branch content. --squash Perform a --squash merge, not a --no-ff merge. If the project is marked as having a mutable history, this is the default behavior. --update-with-merge Supports: git When updating the feature branch, use merge instead of rebase. This is the default behavior. Setting arc.land.update.default to 'merge' can also be used to make this the default. --update-with-rebase Supports: git When updating the feature branch, use rebase instead of merge. This might make things work better in some cases. Set arc.land.update.default to 'rebase' to make this the default.