Mercurial equivalent of “git pull --rebase” [duplicate]
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Is there a Mercurial equivalent of
git pull --rebase?
When I enter: git rebase -i HEAD~3 Instead of getting the last 3 commits, I'm seeing the last 10. For some reason , where N is the number i pass in , if 2 <= N <= 10 , I see 10 options. if N =
Compare to standard push/pull, what is the advantages of using the rebase command in Mercurial?
I am having a problem with git p4 rebase and I don't know how to start diagnosing the issue, much less what the problem is. So I have a git repo cloned from a perforce workspace by git-p4 and it's bei
Using Git or Mercurial, how would you know when you do a clone or a pull, no one is checking in files (pushing it)? It can be important that: 1) You never know it is in an inconsistent state, so you t
Below is a small example with Mercurial and similarly with Git. I cannot understand how to make a hg update with Git: I have a small Mercurial setup with 4 commits - where I step back one commit hg in
There's a lot of git questions on the safety of rebase and there seems to be consensus that as long as you remember that rewriting public history is rude, you should be safe, i.e. if none of the commi
I have branch where I have one command that only modify whitespace (trailing whitespace and indent). I've try to run git rebase master and git rebase --ignore-whitespace master and in both cases I hav
I want to see a list of stored remote locations (as in url's) from which I can pull from. With git, I can do git remote -v Is there an equivalent with mercurial?
I have several repositories for personal use and I back them up on my main server. There are quite a few and it takes quite a bit of time to perform a pull operation on every single repository. Does
hg clean does not seem to exist, which kinda bothers me. Is this a feature that Mercurial doesn't have or did they just name it differently?
I just discovered that even though the rebase section in git help svn says This fetches revisions from the SVN parent of the current HEAD and rebases the current (uncommitted to SVN) work against it.
I have more experience working with Mercurial than Git, however, it seems that the project I am working on currently will require me to use Git. I have been looking forward to trying out Git for quite
I recently started using magit package in emacs and its really useful and handy. I would like to make couple of tweaks. How do I make magit pull to be always have rebase option?. Currently it shows u
Uhh yuk. Doing a git rebase from a branch, where I picked up 3 changes but rebased like 10, I really wish I had used git pull. I guess I am s[till learning git. The changes were published... I'd rathe
I did a git rebase master which involved some manual merging in three files. In one of them, I missed a trailing newline, resulting in the following at the end of the file: <<<<<<<
Is there a simple equivalent of using git revert, in mercurial? Apparently hg revert is mean to checkout a certain file, I haven't found a clear answer to how to add a commit (git cherry-pick) or appl
I use git svn to track a SVN repo. When I try to do a git svn rebase I am getting this error: Incomplete data: Delta source ended unexpectedly This is a large repo, with a long history. Just fetching
This is basically what happens: > git rebase -i HEAD~3 Successfully rebased and updated refs/heads/master. Pops open my text editor then immediately completes the rebase before I even have the c
Possible Duplicate: git encrypt/decrypt remote repository files while push/pull I'd like to store some private data in a git repository that is going out in the world, basically some private configu
I've been running mercurial to interface with our subversion repo, today, when pulling a large changeset (hg pull --rebase), I get an out of memory error. The changeset is pretty big: roughly 5.7 mill
Did anyone managed to make an interactive rebase with Git Extensions ? Option is available when rebasing, but whenever I selected the last n commits, select interactive in the rebase window, the edi
What is the meaning of line 3 and 4 in the output of git -i rebase pick adb6252 foo fixup fc1386f fixup! adb62521234123412341234123421cb7df43ab7a f023b79b561bb071e18123456789abcde440cbb1 ! ^f023b79b56
Just as the title illustrates. I recently tried to run a git rebase command that had the reverse effect from what the Git pro's section on rebasing had. Maybe I interpreted it wrong, but its driving m
Plugin with pull-request functionality for HG. Is there such plugin?
What's the difference between 'git pull' and 'git fetch'? The question above's top answer says In the simplest terms, git pull does a git fetch followed by git merge or git rebase. I understand th
I have a git repository that contains other git repositories. Are there commands that recursively push and/or pull for not only the meta-repository but the sub-repositories?
My workflow goal is often to avoid a meaningless merge. To accomplish that I often do one of two things: I commit my changes and git pull --rebase to prevent an unneeded merge. If I later wish to cha
I've worked with Git to accomplish this before, but require Mercurial for another project. My Git recipe included a post-receive hook that looked like the following: #!/bin/sh GIT_WORK_TREE=/home/ec2-
Can someone tell me what the hype is over Git and Mercurial over Subversion?
git log --first-parent omits all but the first parent of merge commits. Example: $ git log --oneline --graph * 087f5ed Master C * 36c50a2 Merge branch 'feature' |\ | * 98c89df Feature B | * 89b3a7b Fe
Can someone help me understand the difference between a branch, a fork and a clone in Git? Similarly, what does it mean when I do a git fetch as opposed to a git pull? Also, what does rebase mean in
I cloned a github repo after forking it and did git remote add upstream (url) git checkout --track origin/master git checkout develop git checkout -b new_feature_name then some changes and git commit
I want to get similar output of the Git command: $ git whatchanged <old_rev>..<new_rev> --pretty=oneline --name-status I read that hg outgoing can help, but it doesn't have anything relat
What is the Mercurial equivalent of the command git checkout removedFile? The word removedFile means the removal by the basic-shell rm -command, not by git rm -command.
I am following this pattern to check in my code in feature-branch to Subversion with git-svn: git checkout master git svn rebase git checkout feature-branch git rebase master git checkout master git m
I'd like to use git rebase so as to cleanly merge a feature in the master branch (in less commits or at least at the top of the change log). Note that I'm the only one working on the repository. After
I have two branches: master tmp tmp branch is detached I need to put tmp branch on top of master with resolving conflicts in priority of tmp When I do git checkout tmp git rebase --strategy=recurs
I'm trying to learn the new git-subtree command which was added in Git 1.7.11. My issue is that I seem to lose ability to rebase after I add a subtree. Example: I have a main repo with README file and
Possible Duplicate: Merging: hg/git vs. svn Hi, I'm a long time SVN user and have been hearing a lot of brou ha ha with regard to mercurial and decentralised version control systems in general. The
(I am newbie in mercurial. and version control. ) I am using an opensource framework clone from bitbucket(mercurial). whenever that framework is updated I run hg pull and hg update to get recent copy.
We are currently using SVN, but considering moving to Git to support our new workflow, which relies heavily on rebase. We're considering a development workflow where each individual feature is develop
I've been using Git for a while, and I'd like to convert my usual workflow to Mercurial. In particular, I'm interested in converting the workflow I would use to contribute to a Git project in order to
I understand that when I use git pull --rebase, git will re-write history and move my local commits to occur after all of the commits in the branch I just pulled from. What I don't understand is how
I am currently working on a project on git-hub but our development team is using subversion. I have been doing the following to keep git-hub synced with our svn repository: git svn rebase git pull ori
It was my first try to understanding how git rebase is working. I was on new branch did a lot of changes and then I'd try git rebase, and in result I got next output: $ git rebase master First, rewind
I have to write a script that automates pulling from a mercurial repo. Is there anyway I can perform an hg pull -u that includes passing the requested username and password in the same command? I know
by now, I know that there is a nice way how to combine commits and change the commit message by using 'git rebase --interactive' Having the following situation: $ git rebase --interactive HEAD^^^^ pic
because I did something really bad in the past, I have to insert an empty commit at beginning for a rebase. When doing the described steps of the solution (found here git: how to insert a commit as th
I would like to simplify this Git history, which contains several Git branches: * 83bc4db |\ | * 66c64f9 | * 32c1a93 | * 8b5fd0c | * 501454e | * b316bac | |\ | * | 6d8f409 | * | ca9747a | * | fa37e88
When we have committed local changes in a repo that have not been published, the right thing is to do a git pull --rebase to integrate them with upstream. This results in a clean, linear log. If we do