/backport <repository> [<branch>]
/backport disable <repository> [<branch>]
/backport used in open pull request
When used in an open pull request, the /backport command adds a
Backport=repo:branch label to the PR. After the PR is integrated, the bot will create the backport branch and provides a link for creating the backport. To cancel the backport, the user can use
/backport disable command to remove the label before the PR is integrated.
Note: /backport disable can only be used in open pull requests.
/backport used in integrated pull request.
Applies the commit this pull request resulted in onto the given branch in the given repository and then shows to a link to create a pull request with the changes. The branch is optional and defaults to the
master branch. If the commit does not apply then a message is shown describing the files containing conflicts. See Backports.