qclone doesn't work on 0.9.4?

Peter Arrenbrecht peter.arrenbrecht at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 00:49:17 CST 2008

Three things:
* Plain `hg serve` does not publish the .hg/patches subrepo and so
qclone cannot see it.
* `hg serve` with [collections] only recently learned to publish
.hg/patches subrepos automatically.
* qclone has only very recently learned to clone remote repos with
applied patches properly.
So you need to wait for a more current version of hg for the last two.

Meanwhile: If you publish the repo in a `hg qpop -a` state, and run hg
serve with a [paths] setting that lists both the repo and its
.hg/patches, then it should work properly even on 0.9.4.


On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 12:54 AM, Neo Jia <neojia at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
>  I am trying to use qclone to clone my repository with patches repo.
>  inside created by "hg serve". It works fine if I just qclone the
>  repository locally without "http://".
>  But it failed to clone the patches repository when I am trying to use
>  the source remotely. Even worse, it duplicates the whole source code
>  repository inside the .hg/patches directory.
>  Can anyone verify that?
>  thanks,
>  Neo
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