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@rust-timer commands

@rust-timer supports several commands, the most common (and simple) being @rust-timer queue. This command is usually invoked as @bors try @rust-timer queue, which starts a bors "try" run (not a merge). @rust-timer will wait for the try run to finish, and if it succeeds will then queue a perf run.

@rust-timer queue has a few extra options that can be useful:

@rust-timer has more commands than just @rust-timer queue, but the queue command is the most used.

@rust-timer build $commit will queue a perf run for the given commit $commit. It is usually invoked with the commit from a successful "try" run. (The queue command can be seen as a shortcut that automatically selects the "try" run's commit for the build command) This command also supports the same include, exclude, and runs options as @rust-timer queue.

The other two commands are a work in progress and will be documented here when they're finalized. They are dedicated to helping diagnose the cause of regressions in rollup PRs.