[PATCH 0 of 5] isolate configuration of subrepos
simohe at besonet.ch
Mon Oct 22 05:19:01 CDT 2012
We agreed how to handle this.
I have just resent the patch series about isolating the configuration of
The patches about isolating extensions between repositories remain the
responsibility of FUJIWARA Katsunori. He will maybe resend them soon.
On 2012-10-19, 00:44 -0500 Matt Mackall wrote:
> On Fri, 2012-10-05 at 05:02 +0200, Simon Heimberg wrote:
> > Subrepos get the configuration of the parent repo in several places.
> > This happens because the "normal" ui is passed to the subrepo. This ui
> > (which is passed around by the commands) is the same as repo.ui and
> > contains repo specific configuration.
> > When the patch [1 of 4 V2]* of FUJIWARA Katsunori and patches 4 and 5 of
> > this series are applied, this does not happen anymore. No hooks from
> > containing repos will run anymore. issue2904 will be fixed.
> These patches have been sitting in my mailbox for weeks because every
> time I try to figure out what's going on with them, I get too confused
> and context switch. Why do I have 10 apparently conflicting patches in
> three groups in my inbox when the bug is fixed by three patches? Why do
> I have two people telling me to apply the other person's patches
> instead, but still sending me patches? Are there bugs other than 2904
> that are getting fixed here?
> It'd be much easier for me if you two decided together which patches
> should go in and send me one series.
> Also, this doesn't have a subsystem:
Several files are modified. What subsystem should I choose? The topic is
isolation of the configuration for subrepos.
> # Parent 6d197b08a9e45eaaadecff8ce08423feb2680ddf
> more subrepo isolation, pass repo instead of repo.ui to hg.peer
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