news from the topic experiment
long.vu at intelerad.com
Tue Sep 27 11:44:31 EDT 2016
On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 8:19 AM, Pierre-Yves David
<pierre-yves.david at ens-lyon.org> wrote:
> On 09/24/2016 03:21 AM, Long Vu wrote:
>> I forgot a step. The final "release" is a push to master, followed by a
>> push to the fork to propagate the public phase to the fork. Is phase
>> propagation what you meant?
> I mean obsolescence marker propagation. Do you have enabled on either of
> your central repository ?
I only enable evolve on the fork, not on the master. I am using
Kallithea as the repo manager, not hgweb.
Both of us pull/push very frequently to the fork.
Have not observed anything weird with missing obsolescence marker
propagation, what symptom should we be paying attention to?
I would love to try Evolve on Bitbucket ... is Sean listening :D
>> Pardon my ignorance because I have not yet tried topic, but since evolve
>> + named branch already gave me what topic would provide, what makes
>> topic superior?
>> Why would I want to try it other than because I am curious?
>> Not saying it's not useful. Just want to know what it brings to the
> As topic is designed for feature branch you would get various small
> advantage that will smooth your experience out:
> - Simpler push: pushing new topic to your non-publishing repo do not
> requires --force (if the non-publishing repository have topic enabled).
Ah right, with named branch, I have to push with --new-branch each time.
> Pushing to your main repository also make the topic disappear without the
> need of an initial rebase.
True I have to rebase before releasing.
> - Simpler and less error prone rebase: Running `hg rebase` from your topic
> will automatically update it on the head of the 'default' branch. Without
> removing the topic information.
Also true, to keep the branch name I have to rebase with --keepbranch
> - Better command to work with your stack
> + `hg topic` list you active feature branch. `hg topic --verbose` list
> various statistic`
> + `hg stack` show your current stack an help you to move within it,
> + `hg evolve --all` will always evolve all of your topic only.
> + `hg next` and `hg prev` stick to your current topic.
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