When I’m on a feature branch and it ends up with 15-20 commits, having one large code review gets kind of tedious. Going through the Arcanist User Guide, it says that
arc diff lets me use commit ranges. Unfortunately it also states:
Since the end of the range is fixed (the working copy state), you only need to specify the beginning of the range.
Since I cannot specify an end, and I want review on a range that does not end at HEAD, is there something more convenient than creating a sub-feature-branch onto which I cherry-pick the commit range, receive feedback and then rebase back in case the review mandated changes?