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Duplicate a branch in Mercurial?


By : Rezaul Karim
Date : September 14 2020, 11:00 PM
seems to work fine A Mercurial branch is a named entity that consists of all the commits contained within the branch. So in order to duplicate some existing branch, you must also duplicate all of its commits to new commits that are in the new branch. We then get into metaphysics arguments about commit identity. It's probably not a good idea to go here at all, but if you do want to go here, use hg graft to copy all the desired commits into the new branch.
A Git branch consists of a name containing a raw commit hash ID. So duplicating a Git branch under a new name is trivial. Note that the set of branches that contain any given commit changes dynamically over time: a branch that was only on feature/tall may now only be on master, even though that commit is still that commit, even via most of these metaphysical arguments. (Only the "no identity over time" argument lets us claim that this is not the same commit.)
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mercurial: apply a bugfix change from stable named branch to dev branch


By : Youj Ying
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you To augment Tim's answer, a different way to approach it is how the Mercurial recommend you do it if you can, plan ahead (I'll see if I can rustle up a link.)
The plan goes that if you know that a bugfix/change has to go into several branches, you don't commit that changeset into one of those places to begin with, you do it somewhere else.
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1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10       default
         \               \
          \               \
           11--------------12--13            stable
1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9---10--15       default
         \               \             /^-- merge stable into default
          \               \           /
           11--------------12--13----14          stable
                                     ^-- bugfix
       v-- bugfix
       14--------------------------+--+
      /                            |   \
     /                             |    \
1---2---3---4---5---6---7---8---9--x-10--15       default
         \               \         |     ^-- merge 14 into default
          \               \        |
           11--------------12--13--16             stable
                                   ^-- merge 14 into stable

Bitbucket/Mercurial: Trouble pushing named branch (after closing earlier branch with same name)


By : Alan CC
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you You are creating a second head of 'drop1', even though the other is closed. Just use -f as the error message states.

Mercurial: How to ignore multiple heads of a branch when used as ancestor on a closed branch


By : JYQbrc
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you
But I'm happy with feature2 and I want to make a PR for it, so I try to hg push --new-branch, but I get the message,
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abort: push creates new remote head 7a341084eb8a!
abort: push creates new remote head 062efd5d0886!

How do I prevent hg update <branch> without committing in the active branch in Mercurial?


By : Jyoti
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps If you hg up case2 with uncommitted changes, and case2 is no direct ancestor/descendant of case1, Mercurial will refuse to do it with

How to merge a branch with other branch of the same parent but exclude a changeset alone in mercurial


By : Tarun Bonu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out The short answer is no: merges work according to the graph topology, not the branch names.
The longer answer is still no, but it's worth drawing the topology. Your description talks about branch parentage, but branches themselves do not have parent/child relationships. Branches are just collections of commits, with each commit containing its branch name. (Commits have parent/child, or more generally, ancestor/descendant, relationships.) So:
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A:  ...--o--o--o
          \
a1:        o--o
a2:              o--o
                /
A:  ...--o--o--o
          \
a1:        o--o
a2:              o--@
                /
A:  ...--o--o--o
          \
a1:        o--o
a2:              o--@
                /
A:  ...--*--o--o
          \
a1:        o--●
a2:              o--@
                /
A:  ...--*--o--o
          \
a1:        o--o--o--x--o--o--o   [want to merge this commit]
a2:              o--@
                /
A:  ...--*--o--o
          \
           o--o--o--x--o--o--o
a1:               \
                   ----o--o--o
a2:              o--@
                /
A:  ...--*--o--o
          \
a1:        o--o--o--x--o--o--o
                  \
a3:                ----o--o--o
a2:              o--@
                /
A:  ...--*--o--o
          \
a1:        o--o--o--x--o--o--o
                  \
a3:                ----o--o--●
a2:              o--o---------------@
                /                  /
A:  ...--*--o--o                  /
          \                      /
a1:        o--o--o--x--o--o--o  /
                  \            /
a3:                ----o--o---●
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