Retrieving log from remote repository

Michael Smith michael.smith at
Tue Mar 25 19:44:36 CDT 2008

Dmitry Nezhevenko wrote:
> Hi. SVN has followed command, which is currently useful for me:
> 	svn log --limit 1 <REPO>	

This will give you the most recent changeset:

hg log | awk ' /^$/ { exit; } /.*/ {print $0} '

You need to clone first (I know you don't want to). Personally I think 
the fundamentals behind mercurial are very good. I think it is better to 
clone then work on the resulting repository.
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