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Martin Geisler committed 34aa014

Add help for POST-CMD

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     each subrepository. By default, execution stops if CMD returns a
     non-zero exit code. Use --ignore-errors to override this.
 
+    If a POST-CMD is specified, this will be executed after all
+    subrepositories below the current subrepository has been visited.
+    This corresponds to a post-order traversal of the tree.
+
+    It is an error to specify a POST-CMD together with the
+    --breadth-first flag.
+
     Use --verbose/-v to print the command being run and the subrepo
     name for each run of CMD in a subrepo. Alternately, use
     --print0/-0 to print just the subrepo name followed by a NUL
            _('continue execution despite errors')),
           ('0', 'print0', None,
            _('end subrepository names with NUL, for use with xargs'))],
-         _('[-b] [-0] [--ignore-errors] CMD'))
+         _('[-b] [-0] [--ignore-errors] CMD [POST-CMD]'))
 }

File test-onsub.t

 Check help formatting:
 
   $ hg help onsub
-  hg onsub [-b] [-0] [--ignore-errors] CMD
+  hg onsub [-b] [-0] [--ignore-errors] CMD [POST-CMD]
   
   execute a command in each subrepository
   
       subrepository. By default, execution stops if CMD returns a non-zero exit
       code. Use --ignore-errors to override this.
   
+      If a POST-CMD is specified, this will be executed after all
+      subrepositories below the current subrepository has been visited. This
+      corresponds to a post-order traversal of the tree.
+  
+      It is an error to specify a POST-CMD together with the --breadth-first
+      flag.
+  
       Use --verbose/-v to print the command being run and the subrepo name for
       each run of CMD in a subrepo. Alternately, use --print0/-0 to print just
       the subrepo name followed by a NUL character instead of a newline. This