[issue1736] Push could warn about future timestamps
timeless at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 13:51:21 CDT 2009
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 7:11 PM, Timo
Sirainen<mercurial-bugs at selenic.com> wrote:
> New submission from Timo Sirainen <tss at iki.fi>:
> I accidentally committed and pushed a change while my clock was a couple of
> weeks into future. Maybe hg push could require -f parameter when changeset
> timestamps are over a few minutes in future?
oh man, i've been bugging guys locally to do that because one of our
engineer's clocks is way off, and it really bugs me (it also breaks
various tools we have which try to trigger stuff).
Note that -f isn't the flag i want.
it should be -intentional-future-date and the error message should
provide it so that people can copy it when they get the error.
Oh, and if you try to use -intentional-future-date and none of the
item dates are in the future, your push should also fail.
i.e. it shouldn't be possible for people to just add a flag to their
.hgrc file which lets them work around this, and they shouldn't get in
the habit of using -f.
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