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Making mercurial subrepositories behave like subversion externals


Making mercurial subrepositories behave like subversion externals

By : Alex JT
Date : November 20 2020, 07:00 PM
it should still fix some issue The problem is with your .hgsub file. It points to where the lib repo is, so if lib is a sibling to main it should be:
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Subversion Externals: possible to combine several externals into one directory?

Subversion Externals: possible to combine several externals into one directory?


By : cyc0z
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , No; the second statement will take precedence over the first and you'll only get the files from companyB.
Authenticating across mercurial subrepositories

Authenticating across mercurial subrepositories


By : user3207821
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . It seems that passing in credentials directly from TeamCity doesn't work with mercurial_keyring, but if I specify both username and password in plaintext in the mercurial.ini file (making sure it's accessible under the account the TeamCity build agent is running under), then this works.
The mercurial.ini file can be placed under \mercurial.ini if it does not work under user path.
How to specify the default-push for mercurial subrepositories?

How to specify the default-push for mercurial subrepositories?


By : Meghana N Babu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Sure, either of those types of URLs work just fine, and the ways to configure correctly to avoid them are on the PublishingRepositories page.
For the HTTPS case you use the auth section of your hgrc to provide the password.
Mercurial commit with subrepositories in subfolders

Mercurial commit with subrepositories in subfolders


By : Kurt
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue I'm going to guess that you have simply created some nested repositories, but not properly linked them as subrepositories.
Make sure that the root of the main repository has a file called .hgsub. You create the file, add the following and then add + commit the file to the main repository:
Git submodules vs Mercurial subrepositories--significant differences?

Git submodules vs Mercurial subrepositories--significant differences?


By : Aaron Richmond
Date : September 29 2020, 04:00 AM
should help you out In some rare case - yes
Mercurial's subrepos can be HG/Git/SVN. I can say nothng about SVN-submodules, but HG doesn't supported in Git anyway [subpaths] feature of Mercurial in order to remapping subrepos in tree doesn't have any replacement in Git
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