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comment What is the rebase command used in hg pull --rebase
@sixtyfootersdude - it's more personal tastes, than must-have workflow... I prefer do all operations by hand (--rebase can be unpredictable) and merges instead rebase: I can see later TRUE history
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comment What is the rebase command used in hg pull --rebase
@sixtyfootersdude - because Mercurial-way is (more) merge diverged history, contrary to Git-style of avoiding merges
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comment How to pull all Mercurial bookmarks, but only rebase if the current bookmark has changed?
@mstrap - but I still recommend to think about old good named branches with, maybe, remotebranches (parent of remotenames) - added by it bookmarks allow easy differentiation between local and remote trees
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answered Can Mercurial store, but not version, files?
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answered How to pull all Mercurial bookmarks, but only rebase if the current bookmark has changed?
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comment How to pull all Mercurial bookmarks, but only rebase if the current bookmark has changed?
You are poisoned by Git. You have to throw off an illness and find own Mercurial-way, maybe - not with bookmarks for collaboration, but with another way
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answered What is the rebase command used in hg pull --rebase
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comment How to revert an svn commit
@ahnbizcad - revision (single), which you want to undo
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comment Mercurial: Merge in accidentally created subfolder
You can try to pull, but read my answer's part, starting with "Next bad news" - it cost me most spent time to document, copy|paste and decorate with screenshots
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answered Mercurial: Merge in accidentally created subfolder
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comment TortoiseSVN version for windows XP
@CodeFinder - yes, "TortoiseSVN 1.8.11, Build 26392 - 32 Bit" is my main SVN-tool on my XP
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answered Updating project with my changes and other changes with TortoiseHg
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answered TortoiseSVN version for windows XP
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answered Why revision # different between show log and svn update?
Feb
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answered Subversion: How to rerun post-commit scripts for all revisions?
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answered SHA256 fingerprint in hgrc
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comment TotoiseHG: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
@MinhasKamal - out of ideas. I said about command-line and resolving your real problem
Feb
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comment TotoiseHG: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
@MinhasKamal - with hg push -v --debug you can see a lot of useful (?) data
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comment TotoiseHG: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
Your version of THG and hg-git have to be shown, maybe they are ancient as mammoth's bullshit
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