Bug 1395295 - Use 'mach run' where it was intended in the DevTools documentation. r=sole
authorAbhinav Koppula <abhinav.koppula@gmail.com>
Sat, 02 Sep 2017 00:57:00 -0400
changeset 428350 9296a073916948eb7c88f1025aae04072c57dc66
parent 428349 55e08f65ac23b380ca995319032f07121d46bf71
child 428351 ca6fb76e5158e044073dce51d3654536b4a6332c
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Bug 1395295 - Use 'mach run' where it was intended in the DevTools documentation. r=sole
devtools/docs/getting-started/development-profiles.md
--- a/devtools/docs/getting-started/development-profiles.md
+++ b/devtools/docs/getting-started/development-profiles.md
@@ -10,22 +10,22 @@ Here's [a support article](https://suppo
 
 ## Create a permanent profile
 
 We were using a temporary profile in the previous step, [building DevTools](./build.md). The contents of this profile are deleted each time the browser is closed, which means any preferences we set will not persist.
 
 The solution is to create a new profile:
 
 ```
-./mach -P development
+./mach run -P development
 ```
 
 If this profile doesn't exist yet (quite likely), a window will open offering you options to create a new profile, and asking you which name you want to use. Create a new one, and name it `development`. Then start Firefox by clicking on `Start Nightly`.
 
-Next time you start Firefox with `./mach -P development`, the new profile will be automatically used, and settings will persist between browser launches.
+Next time you start Firefox with `./mach run -P development`, the new profile will be automatically used, and settings will persist between browser launches.
 
 ## Enable additional logging
 
 You can change the value of these preferences by going to `about:config`:
 
 | Preference name | Value | Comments |
 | --------------- | --------------- | -------- |
 | `browser.dom.window.dump.enabled` | `true` | Adds global `dump` function to log strings to `stdout` |