How do I know my Heartgold version?

How do I know my Heartgold version?

To check, enter hg –version at the command line. Depending on your operating system: For Windows: Download the Mercurial installer.

How do you remove a changeset in Heartgold?

How to permanently remove the changeset from Mercurial?

  1. Backup repository/repositories you want to modify.
  2. Enable “mq” extension.
  3. Select changeset you want to remove > Right click > Modify History > Strip … > press Strip button.
  4. Broadcast to everyone who uses the repository to clone it from “clean” repository.

What is hg strip?

hg strip removes the changeset and all its descendants from the repository. It will be as if the changes never existed. Be careful when using this on public changesets as it will not remove it from any other repository and you’ll get them back next time you pull.

What is hg revert?

hg revert changes the file content only and leaves the working copy parent revision alone. You typically use hg revert when you decide that you don’t want to keep the uncommited changes you’ve made to a file in your working copy.

How do I undo HG revert?

If you’ve both edited a file, and marked it for removal (“hg forget FILENAME”) then revert will undo both of those changes. Just unforgetting them with hg add is the better and easier fix.

How do you squash commits in Mercurial?

Squashing Commits Once the commits are in draft, run the hg histedit rev-id command, specifying the earliest draft commit. This will open the history edit function in your terminal, allowing you to fold the commit messages into one. Select a commit to use as the one into which the others will be squashed.

How do you remove a commit in Heartgold?

If you want to revert changes already committed:

  1. To backout a specific changeset use hg backout -r CHANGESET . This will prompt you directly with a request for the commit message to use in the backout.
  2. To revert a file to a specific changeset, use hg revert -r CHANGESET FILENAME .

How do you rebase in mercurial?

Push the specific revisions using hg push -r > , or push all with force using hg push –force which will create a new head. Strip your commits on the server back to a previous revision, and then push the new history.

How do you roll back the last commit in Heartgold?

If you want to revert just the latest commit use: hg strip –keep -r . Using strip will revert the state of your files to the specified commit but you will have them as pending changes, so you can apply them together with your file to a new commit.

Is rebasing bad?

If you do get conflicts during rebasing however, Git will pause on the conflicting commit, allowing you to fix the conflict before proceeding. Solving conflicts in the middle of rebasing a long chain of commits is often confusing, hard to get right, and another source of potential errors.

How do I merge Mercurials?

To merge two branches, you pull their heads into the same repository, update to one of them and merge the other, and then commit the result once you’re happy with the merge.

What does ‘Hg strip’ do?

‘ hg strip ‘ will remove a changeset and all its descendants. The changesets are saved as a bundle, which you can apply again if you need them back. You can ‘un-commit’ files by first hg forgetting them, e.g.: hg forget filea; hg commit –amend, but that seems unintuitive.

How do I use strip in TortoiseHg?

To use strip you’ll need to install MqExtension by adding the following lines to your .hgrc (or mercurial.ini): In TortoiseHg the strip command is available in the workbench. Right click on a revision and choose ‘Modify history’ -> ‘Strip’.

What is Hg command in mercurial?

Description The hgcommand provides a command line interface to the Mercurial system. Command Elements files… indicates one or more filename or relative path filenames; see File Name Patternsfor information on pattern matching path indicates a path on the local machine revision

What does ‘Hg rollback’ do?

‘hg rollback’ will remove the last transaction. Transactions are a concept often found in databases. In Mercurial we start a transaction when certain operations are run, such as commit, push, pull… When the operation finishes succesfully, the transaction is marked as complete.