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Every clone of a Mercurial repository can act as a consistent, fully functional repository itself. This is a very useful property of a DVCS; one that you can take advantage of to make development a lot easier, especially for teams … Continue reading
Mercurial repository clones can have two parts: An .hg/ subdirectory, where all the repository metadata is stored A “working copy” area, where checked out files may live The .hg/ subdirectory stores the repository metadata of the specific clone, including the … Continue reading
With changeset 9c6ae2e09e11 the Mercurial “crew” branch includes support for a diff -c option now.
Dan Fuchs posted a short article about scripting Mercurial to see what files an incoming changeset modifies. I am always amazed at how easy Mercurial (and other free software tools) make this sort of thing.
One of the wonderful commands that Mercurial support is the “verify” command. Running this command in a Mercurial workspace goes through the backing store of the repository and makes sure that the history and contents of the versioned files are … Continue reading
Mercurial 1.0 is out! http://www.selenic.com/pipermail/mercurial/2008-March/018014.html Mercurial SCM has reached an important milestone. The release of Mercurial 1.0 marks the first 1.X release of Mercurial; one that many people were waiting for to give Mercurial a try.