hg diff --subrepos
Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Sun Dec 25 06:50:54 EST 2011
Michael Sperber writes:
> > hg commit -m "changed <file1> ..." # look Ma, no push yet!
> > # it may *not* be OK to push here:
> > # that means that people who do
> > # "hg onsub pull -u; hg commit"
> > # will pollute .hgsubstate!
> There's no problem pushing here. It's just that what gets pushed here
> doesn't get pulled automatically by a top-level "hg update", unless a
> commit in the top level gets pushed.
I agree with what you wrote as far as it goes. But is that really
responsive to my comment? (N.B. in the comment, "people" should
actually read "other people".)
> > cd ../..
> > hg commit -m "publish sources of <pkg>" xemacs-packages/<pkg>
> > # updates .hgsubstate
> > hg push # recursively pushes
> That's correct, but to my mind is what Norbert should do.
OK, but in that case the committer in <pkg> needs to do a push in
<pkg> after committing above.
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