Using Mercrial and breaking changeset up

Didly didlybom at
Mon Jun 20 02:11:22 CDT 2011

On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 6:38 AM, Benjamin Fritz <fritzophrenic at> wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 12:00 PM,  <mercurial-request at> wrote:
>> 2. We use VS2010 ,  the GUI is good but the guys have been spoilt with SVN
>> Akn and the ability to not only view pending changes but  have a box to
>> store the commit message and then quickly review and see differences on a
>> file. Are there any tools that provide AKN style funcitonality ?

You may be interested in VisualHg (,
which I believe integrates TortoiseHg with Visual Studio

>> 3. Reviewing and seeing changes on a file is difficult, we like to see not
>> just the what changesets  but the changesets on invidual files. Are their
>> any open source  tools  that allow us to browse the folder structure and
>> allow one to see at a glance the changesets applied to a file, tags
>> branches.

TortoiseHg lets you do this. You can view the "File History" for any
given file, including its tags, the branches where it has been
modified, etc.


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