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Add ignore tag to file so it can't be added to repo accidentally?
Add ignore tag to file so it can't be added to repo accidentally?
With these it helps You can use the hgignore file to specify files that are ignored for automatic operations (like hg addremove). This won't stop someone from explicitly adding the file via hg add src/private.cpp. You would have to use hooks to compl
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 24 2020, 07:00 PM , By : Jonathan Eddy
I converted my svn repository to mercurial. When I clone this new repository the default branch has a different name, wh
I converted my svn repository to mercurial. When I clone this new repository the default branch has a different name, wh
Hope this helps I had the same problem today.The solution is nicely documented in the book Mercurial: The Definitive Guide: Migrating to Mercurial but poorly documented in the ConvertExtension wiki.
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 24 2020, 07:00 PM , By : Sike417
hg access control to central repository
hg access control to central repository
This might help you HenriW's comment asking how you are serving up the repositories is exactly the right question. How you set up authentication depends entirely on how you're serving your repo (HTTP via Apache, HTTP via hg-serve,, ssh, etc.). The tr
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 22 2020, 07:01 PM , By : nitsuj27
Making mercurial subrepositories behave like subversion externals
Making mercurial subrepositories behave like subversion externals
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:
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 20 2020, 07:00 PM , By : Alex JT
"No such repository hgadmin" while installing mercurial-server.
"No such repository hgadmin" while installing mercurial-server.
To fix this issue I had this same problem and for me it was a problem with the installation of the hgadmin repository. When I installed the package, I got errors from python saying the mercurial package wasn't installed. I assume that happened when m
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 19 2020, 07:01 PM , By : Darkace435
Is this a good centralized DVCS workflow?
Is this a good centralized DVCS workflow?
help you fix your problem In Mercurial, branches (created with hg branch inside the same repository) are currently irreversible. Once introduced, you can only remove them from your branch namespace by doing a history rewrite. That's why I would only
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 18 2020, 07:00 PM , By : user3860771
Mercurial Backup
Mercurial Backup
it should still fix some issue The beauty of how simply the DVCS's store history is that you can do this in a million different ways. You could write a commit hook, but I found it easier to just do it manual push + cron. My simple and most likely nai
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 09 2020, 07:01 PM , By : user3857994
TortoiseHg update fails with "Access is denied", how to work around that?
TortoiseHg update fails with "Access is denied", how to work around that?
will be helpful for those in need On Windows, attrib -r * /s from the repository root will remove all read-only attributes from files.
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 06 2020, 07:00 PM , By : just a guest
One repository/multiple projects without getting mixed up?
One repository/multiple projects without getting mixed up?
around this issue I'd keep one repository for each single project. The overhead is minimal (just one hg init for each source code directory, or one right-click in Explorer), and you won't get confused. After all, why should a change to one program af
TAG : mercurial
Date : November 05 2020, 07:01 PM , By : user3856580
TortoiseHg: cannot commit without an active bookmark
TortoiseHg: cannot commit without an active bookmark
may help you . Recently I experimented with extensions in TortoiseHg.I activated several of them not knowing what they exactly do...
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 13 2020, 04:00 PM , By : Zuriel
Mercurial: What is the difference between hg revert --all and hg up -C?
Mercurial: What is the difference between hg revert --all and hg up -C?
To fix this issue with hg up you actually switch to another revision (possibly abandoning your current branch)
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 13 2020, 03:00 AM , By : THK
Pulling a stripped branch?
Pulling a stripped branch?
hop of those help? Yes, since your strip operation was local and you had already pushed the changesets you stripped, when you pull they should all be brought back. It should be like you had never run strip.
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 12 2020, 12:00 PM , By : jwagner
Does Mercurial push all local branches or only the working branch?
Does Mercurial push all local branches or only the working branch?
I think the issue was by ths following , By default it will push any changesets on all branches which are not already in the destination repository.You can push only a selected branch by using the -b option:
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 12 2020, 06:00 AM , By : Aviva Infeld
How to install and run Mercurial server on a remote Linux host with limited user rights?
How to install and run Mercurial server on a remote Linux host with limited user rights?
With these it helps This depends on the restrictions set in place. Mercurial is a normal Python program and the Mercurial server is part of the normal distribution. If you are using SSH as a transport protocol, nothing but a Mercurial installation in
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 05 2020, 03:00 AM , By : Sundar
Why is hg commit creating a new head?
Why is hg commit creating a new head?
will be helpful for those in need I've added a bunch of files to my Mercurial repository, and when I now do hg commit -m "Bunch of new files" I get a message saying Created new head. I can't understand why this might be, unless my repository has some
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 04 2020, 04:00 AM , By : Tangent
"abort: no suitable response from remote hg!"
"abort: no suitable response from remote hg!"
wish help you to fix your issue I've just created a new Mercurial repo on my private server, but I can't push to it, and I can't figure out why. , Discovered you can add --debug to hg push.
TAG : mercurial
Date : October 03 2020, 05:00 AM , By : priya
How to search for filename throughout Mercurial repository?
How to search for filename throughout Mercurial repository?
Does that help You have to read hg help patterns and maybe hg help filesets in order to write correct pattern for the file (most probably you'll be happy with just pattern) If file exist now in working directory (i.e. was added and not removed later)
TAG : mercurial
Date : September 29 2020, 08:00 PM , By : Max
Mercurial revset for finding next tag after a commit
Mercurial revset for finding next tag after a commit
around this issue How do I find the next tag after a specific changeset revision? , hg log -r 'first(abcdef123456:: and tag())'
TAG : mercurial
Date : September 21 2020, 10:00 PM , By : Kleido Mastoideus
Duplicate a branch in Mercurial?
Duplicate a branch in Mercurial?
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.
TAG : mercurial
Date : September 14 2020, 11:00 PM , By : Rezaul Karim
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