Retrieving log from remote repository

Dmitry Nezhevenko dion at inhex.net
Tue Mar 25 16:57:59 CDT 2008


On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 08:52:28AM +1100, Bela Babik wrote:
> Have you tried hg incoming?

Yes.. It requires "base" directory with cloned repository. With clean
local repository (just after hg init) and "--force" it downloads log of
all changesets.

> On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 4:05 AM, Dmitry Nezhevenko <dion at inhex.net> wrote:
> > Hi. SVN has followed command, which is currently useful for me:
> >         svn log --limit 1 <REPO>
> >
> >  where <REPO> can be url to remote repository (http://, svn://,
> >  svn+ssh://).
> >
> >  It retrieves last log message from VCS.
> >
> >  Is it any way to get same results for mercurial (without cloning repo).
> >  Remote repository can be not under my control so no server-side
> >  hooks/scripts are allowed.
> >
> >  Any way to get same behaviour from mercurial? As for me, parsing HTTP
> >  output by hands is not good solution.
> >

-- 
WBR, Dmitry
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