author Masayuki Nakano <>
Sun, 16 Jan 2022 06:21:17 +0000
changeset 604634 9ef0614a59629916c1e182eb8eda055b0b0e8b32
parent 604512 282ec13a01eaa7256718d47ead596146adea9927
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1749299 - Make `HTMLEditor::HandleInsertLinefeed()` stop handling it if insertion point cannot have text nodes r=m_kato Ideally, it should not be called when the editor cannot insert new text node. However, the callers are complicated. Therefore, let's check in it for avoiding making the callers more complicated. Fortunately, this is not realistic path for normal web apps. Therefore, the compatibility of the behavior is not matter. That's the reason why this patch does not have a test comparing the result. Differential Revision:

.. _mach_usage:

User Guide

Mach is the central entry point for most operations that can be performed in

Command Help

To see an overview of all the available commands, run:

.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach help

For more detailed information on a specific command, run:

.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach help <command>

If a command has subcommands listed, you can see more details on the subcommand
by running:

.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach help <command> <subcommand>

Alternatively, you can pass ``-h/--help``. For example, all of the
following are valid:

.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach help try
    $ ./mach help try fuzzy
    $ ./mach try -h
    $ ./mach try fuzzy --help

Tab Completion

There are commands built-in to ``mach`` that can generate a fast tab completion
script for various shells. Supported shells are currently ``bash``, ``zsh`` and
``fish``. These generated scripts will slowly become out of date over time, so
you may want to create a cron task to periodically re-generate them.

See below for installation instructions:


.. code-block:: shell

    $ mach mach-completion bash -f _mach
    $ sudo mv _mach /etc/bash_completion.d

Bash (homebrew)

.. code-block:: shell

    $ mach mach-completion bash -f $(brew --prefix)/etc/bash_completion.d/mach.bash-completion


.. code-block:: shell

    $ mkdir ~/.zfunc
    $ mach mach-completion zsh -f ~/.zfunc/_mach

then edit ~/.zshrc and add:

.. code-block:: shell

    autoload -U compinit && compinit

You can use any directory of your choosing.

Zsh (oh-my-zsh)

.. code-block:: shell

    $ mkdir $ZSH/plugins/mach
    $ mach mach-completion zsh -f $ZSH/plugins/mach/_mach

then edit ~/.zshrc and add 'mach' to your enabled plugins:

.. code-block:: shell

    plugins(mach ...)

Zsh (prezto)

.. code-block:: shell

    $ mach mach-completion zsh -f ~/.zprezto/modules/completion/external/src/_mach


.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach mach-completion fish -f ~/.config/fish/completions/

Fish (homebrew)

.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach mach-completion fish -f (brew --prefix)/share/fish/vendor_completions.d/

User Settings

Some mach commands can read configuration from a ``machrc`` file. The default
location for this file is ``~/.mozbuild/machrc`` (you'll need to create it).
This can also be set to a different location by setting the ``MACHRC``
environment variable.

For a list of all the available settings, run:

.. code-block:: shell

    $ ./mach settings

The settings file follows the ``ini`` format, e.g:

.. code-block:: ini

    eslint = lint -l eslint

    telemetry = true

    default = fuzzy

.. _bash completion: