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Assume that you use the web interface and you would like to see whether someone committed a change since you've last looked at the repositories index. By default, you can see when the last change was committed; there is no easy way to see who did commit it - in particular, was it me or someone else? But there exists a rather funny hack I learned from my friend which helps: change the "map" file from the template you are using so that in the line "indexentry" it says <a href="{url}{sessionvars%urlparameter}&{lastchange|hgdate}">. Then, your browser will mark the repos whose last change wasn't seen through the web interface as "unvisited links" (usually, different colour - you could change it using CSS). (Untested on IE, but works on FF.)


VisualizingIfSomeoneCommittedInWebInterface (last edited 2012-05-13 14:15:23 by 62)