hgrc.5.text FILES content, ordering implied?
mg at lazybytes.net
Thu Aug 27 10:06:31 CDT 2009
Douglas Philips <dgou at mac.com> writes:
> On or about 2009 Aug 27, at 4:11 AM, Martin Geisler indited:
>> The idea is to accumulate configuration values from different files,
>> loaded in order from least specific (/etc/mercurial on Unix) to most
>> specific (.hg/hgrc). I think that is fine as it is.
>> The question is mostly if we should let hg read mercurial.ini on Unix
> I am very concerned by this, and looking at the code in windows.py, it
> sure has the feel of "Shaw, Pshaw, here's a smattering of files,
> you'll probably find -one- of 'em."
> Please explain the logic behind needing both mercurial.ini and .hgrc
> on Windows, in the same directory, and why it is better to extend that
> to non-Windows platforms than to fix Windows.
I'm not sure there is a "need" as such -- it is enough if Mercurial
would load one file on each system, especially now that a config file
can include other config files (so both .hgrc and Mercurial.ini could
include a file with common settings).
Would you prefer Mercurial to load only Mercurial.ini on Windows and
only .hgrc on Unix, and that we deprecate the .hgrc file on Windows?
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