Question about mercurial supporting
idankk86 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 09:16:09 CDT 2011
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 4:47 PM, A A <bog2128506 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am considering to start using Mercurial as Source Control tool, and I have
> a question would it supports our scheme:
> I have some projects repository which used by many different projects.
You have some projects with dependencies? Ok.
> One big project uses many small ones and they all share those small projects.
> (If I work on project A and change inside a small project 'x1' then when
> later project B will use 'x1' it wants to get the last version I changed).
> Is mercurial supports this?
Yes. Mercurial has a feature called subrepositories:
There's also a guide here:
> And is it simple to be used (I'm going to use the GUI extensions and don't want to work with command line) ?
This feature is relatively new, its user base is growing, and as a
consequence it's bound to improve over time.
Judging by the amount of questions/bug reports we get, I'd say the
answer to your question is: not yet.
I think TortoiseHg supports subrepositories, check their website:
> Thank you in advance,
> Kate Shell
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> Mercurial at selenic.com
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