mg at lazybytes.net
Wed Aug 25 13:54:48 CDT 2010
Tim Henigan <tim.henigan at gmail.com> writes:
> I created a repo on BitBucket for my "subrepo-revert" command . It
> is currently implemented as an extension. Once I am satisfied with the
> design, I will look at wrapping the core revert command.
> If you have time to review, I would appreciate it. I will send it to
> the devel list for review once it is complete.
I looked at it and there are some small things you can do. First, you
sub_hg = hg.repository(ui, path = subpath)
ctx = repo['.'] # context for the working copy parent revision
sub = ctx.sub(subpath) # subrepo for subpath
in order to create the right type of subrepository. We support both
Subversion and Mercurial subrepositories -- you will probably want to
test isinstance(sub, hgsubrepo) and act accordingly.
While your extension is definitely helpful, I'm planning something more
integrated, something that will allow me to do
$ hg revert sub/a.txt
where the paths are crossing subrepository boundaries.
I've moved my patch repository here:
and here you can see what I'm currently experiementing with for status:
It is just a prototype, I still don't know how to best integrate this
with the rest of Mercurial.
Mercurial links: http://mercurial.ch/
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