generate a summary of pending changes
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hg-request-pull is a Mercurial extension providing a single command, request-pull. This command presents a summary of the commits in the (BASE, HEAD] range, including a suitable pull command line, and diffstat.
It is inspired by, and similar to, git-request-pull(1).
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Install with pip from PyPI, the Python Package Index:
pip install hg-request-pull
Clone from Bitbucket:
hg clone https://bitbucket.org/roman.neuhauser/hg-request-pull
Installation from sources:
python setup.py install
In any case you will then need to edit your ~/.hgrc to include
[extensions] hgext.request-pull =
You may need to provide the path to request-pull.py depending on how you installed hg-request-pull.
hg-request-pull -h hg-request-pull [-c CHECKS] [-p] URL BASE [HEAD]
Display a usage description.
CHECKS Verification level for the URL.
Verify that the requested commits can be pulled from URL, abort on error.
Verify that the requested commits can be pulled from URL, complain on error but go on.
-c 1 is assumed unless requested otherwise.
Show patch text.
Repository to pull from.
Commit the recipient is assumed to have in their repository.
Tip-most commit to include in the pull request. Defaults to “.”.
% hg-request-pull -c2 http://stick.suse.cz:8000/ 0 tip The following 2 commits are available to pull on top of ba8f70322865 hg-request-pull, a git-request-pull copycat with hg pull -r 05e27d4e085a http://stick.suse.cz:8000/ Summary (newest on top): 05e27d4e085a option -p implemented c1e66fbc2256 partial prototype as a shell script hg-request-pull | 129 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1 files changed, 129 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
No doubt plentiful. Please report them at https://bitbucket.org/roman.neuhauser/hg-request-pull/issues.
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