[PATCH 1 of 2] histedit: add stop verb
David Soria Parra
davidsp at fb.com
Tue Sep 9 11:54:34 CDT 2014
Am 9/9/14, 9:35 AM, schrieb Augie Fackler:
> On Sep 9, 2014, at 12:34 PM, David Soria Parra <davidsp at fb.com
> <mailto:davidsp at fb.com>> wrote:
>> Am 9/9/14, 8:57 AM, schrieb Augie Fackler:
>>> On Mon, Sep 08, 2014 at 09:35:54AM -0700, David Soria Parra wrote:
>>>> # HG changeset patch
>>>> # User David Soria Parra <davidsp at fb.com <mailto:davidsp at fb.com>>
>>>> # Date 1409941197 -7200
>>>> # Fri Sep 05 20:19:57 2014 +0200
>>>> # Node ID e79544cdfb81f88d782e923d96e8ad63303aec94
>>>> # Parent c4b1d0db14c257e9fbb58e0f044c28f12dade3dd
>>>> histedit: add stop verb
>>>> We are adding a 'stop' verb for histedit. This applies the changes
>>>> and drops the user into a shell after committing the changes. This
>>>> allows to
>>>> amend or modify the commit with external tooling. However, as a
>>>> changeset can
>>>> have potential children which would dissallow amending, we have to
>>>> recreate the
>>>> commit and therefore all hashes after a first stop are changing.
>>> What happens if I do 'stop' but don't make changes? Does the user get
>>> to retain the original, non-fussed-with hash?
>>> (I'm not 100% sure it's a showstopper if the answer is "no", but I'd
>>> really like the answer to be "yes".)
>> The answer here is "no". When we are recreating the node, we are getting
>> a new hash. We would need to be able to compare afterwards if the new
>> node and the original node "match", consdering they have different
>> hashes. As far as I can tell we don't have any way to do that at the
>> moment, so I opted that we always recreate the node if you use stop and
>> have obsolence markers disabled.
> Could you compare the manifest node? Would that always be the same?
Yes. But this assumes that the user didn't change just the commit
message or author.
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