timeless at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 14:45:18 CDT 2009
On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 7:25 PM, Dirkjan Ochtman<dirkjan at ochtman.nl> wrote:
> - remove qgoto, qnext, qprev, qtop: this functionality is already
> covered quite well by qpop, qpush, qseries and log.
of these, the only one i use is hg qtop to find out which is the
current active item.
i use qpush target or qpop target instead of qgoto (i guess, i've
never used qgoto, so i'm only guessing)
> - possibly remove qsave/qrestore as well, since no one seems to use
> them (and many people get confused by them).
i've never used them, have seen them mentioned and can't imagine a
use, it seems like one would be better served by removing items from
the series file or something...
> - make qrefresh <file> not exclude other files from the patch: this
> trips a lot of people up, and the other behavior is often useful, too.
having been tripped up by this one recently, this would be somewhat welcome.
> - add a qsplit command to deal with the actual usage of qrefresh for
> excluding hunks (interactive mode for this would rock even more).
sadly, i also use hg qref to *add* files to my patch, so while qsplit
would help me in some cases, i'm still left without a way to add
if qref <directory> let me add files, but qref <file> only refreshed
the specified files, and you left me with qsplit to remove things, i'd
probably be happy.
> - make qnew vs. qnew -f more intuitive somehow (I'm really not sure
> how, but this usage of -f doesn't really fit in).
at this point, i always use qnew -e -f
> - make qpush try a merge instead of throwing .rej files around
that'd be nice
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