[issue964] need ability to commit applyed patches series of mq

Peter Arrenbrecht peter.arrenbrecht at gmail.com
Mon Feb 4 09:19:47 CST 2008


Please take a look at "hg qdel -r" which deletes mq patches but keeps
the actual changes as normal commits for the current repo.

And while you cannot push with patches applied, you can pull. I
sometimes use this as follows:

  hg -R queue pull dev

where queue/ is a local clone where I gather changes I want to push to
the main repo, and where dev/ is my work repo with mq enabled.


ps. Next time, I think it might be better to first post the issue to
the list instead of filing a wish.

On Feb 4, 2008 12:07 PM, AlexRayne <mercurial-bugs at selenic.com> wrote:
> New submission from AlexRayne <AlexRainPE196 at newmail.ru>:
> Hallow all!
> i have make some patches for my sources managed by mq. now i want to commit them
> as new revision. the collection of applyed patches cant be commited because of
> opposing mq extention. the importing of mq patches is at present bugly for win32
> version of hg. and in addition it is much work to do if need import many patches.
> So, imho, it would be very useful to implement some command for mq wich will be
> commit the series of patches into main repo, and some manage actual series:
> guard commited patches with desired guards ("accepted" for example), remove them
> from series, move commited patches into another dir; and some manage commit
> message : collect messages of all patches, enlist commited patches
> ----------
> messages: 5097
> nosy: AlexRayne
> priority: wish
> status: unread
> title: need ability to commit applyed patches series of mq
> topic: mq, patch
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