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What every programmer should know about merging branches in Mercurial

What every programmer should know about merging branches in Mercurial

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Published by Sergey Kishchenko
Slides for a talk on merging branches in Mercurial that I did on Oct 11, 2012 at Quickoffice
Slides for a talk on merging branches in Mercurial that I did on Oct 11, 2012 at Quickoffice

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Published by: Sergey Kishchenko on Oct 11, 2012
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What every programmer should know about mergingbranches in Mercurial
Sergey Kishchenko
Quickoffice
October 11, 2012
 
 
Branches
Two dierent branches Two dierent defaults
NOTE
: Different repos cloned from one source are not actuallydifferent, they are essentially same repo. You can transfer changesetsbetween them with push and pull
IMPORTANT
: Named branches in Mercurial are permanent!
 
 
Pull
First step in merge process: pulling remote changes
> hg pull -b REMOTE_BRANCH REMOTE_REPO
Pulling change pulls also all its ancestors
unneeded changesPulling changes may result in creating new heads
merge is neededPulling branch pulls also all branches it’s basedon
 

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