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## MindSpore Community Command Help

All of the projects in MindSpore Community are maintained by Bot. That means the developers can comment below every Pull Request or Issue to trigger Bot Commands. The Commands include the following:

Command Example Description Who Can Use
/check-cla /check-cla Forces rechecking of the CLA status of a Pull Request. If the Pull Request author has already signed CLA, the label mindspore-cla/yes will be added in the Pull Request, If not, the label mindspore-cla/no will be added. Anyone
/lgtm [cancel] /lgtm
/lgtm cancel
Adds or removes the lgtm label which is typically used to gate merging. Collaborators on the repository. /lgtm cancel can be used additionally by the Pull Request author.
/approve [cancel] /approve
/approve cancel
Adds or removes the approved label which is typically used to gate merging. Collaborators on the repository.
/[remove-]kind /kind bug
/remove-kind bug
Applies or removes a kind label from one of the recognized types of labels. For example, the label is more like kind/bug. Anyone can trigger this command on a Pull Request or Issue.
/[remove-]priority /priority high
/remove-priority high
Applies or removes a priority label from one of the recognized types of labels. For example, the label is more like priority/high. Anyone can trigger this command on a Pull Request or Issue.
/[remove-]sig /sig kernel
/remove-sig kernel
Applies or removes a sig label from one of the recognized types of labels. For example, the label is more like sig/kernel. Anyone can trigger this command on a Pull Request or Issue.
/close /close Closes a Pull Request or an Issue. Authors and collaborators on the repository can trigger this command.
/reopen /reopen Reopens an Issue. Authors and collaborators on the repository can trigger this command.
/retest /retest Rerun test jobs that have failed. Anyone can trigger this command on a Pull Request.
/assign [[@]...] /assign
/assign @mindspore-ci-bot
Assigns an assignee to an Issue. Anyone can use this command on an Issue, but the target user must be a member of the org that owns the repository. If no target user is specified, that means this Issue will be assigned to yourself.
/unassign [[@]...] /unassign
/unassign @mindspore-ci-bot
UnAssigns an assignee from an Issue. Anyone can use this command on an Issue, but the target user must be a member of the org that owns the repository. If no target user is specified, that means this Issue will be unassigned from yourself.
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