Should "hg --cwd DIR push RELATIVE" treat RELATIVE wrt DIR?
rlb at defaultvalue.org
Wed Sep 21 01:05:21 CDT 2005
Rob Browning <rlb at defaultvalue.org> writes:
> It looks like hg is changing to ./debian before interpreting the
> destination path since this worked:
> hg --cwd ./debian push ../../other-branch/debian
> I wasn't sure if this was intended behavior. It does mean that you
> can't use tab-completion for a relative destination when using --cwd.
Hmm, though given debian/foo, I'm not sure I'd expect
hg --cwd debian revert debian/foo
to work, rather than
hg --cwd debian revert foo
I suppose it's simple and clear for "hg --cwd foo ..." to just mean
"(cd foo && hg ...)".
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