/hg/icedtea6: 6 new changesets
omajid at redhat.com
Thu Jul 29 11:34:36 PDT 2010
On 07/29/2010 02:08 PM, Dr Andrew John Hughes wrote:
> On 19:51 Thu 29 Jul , Mark Wielaard wrote:
>> On Thu, 2010-07-29 at 16:16 +0100, Dr Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>>> On 14:26 Thu 29 Jul , Mark Wielaard wrote:
>>>> Hmmm. I did notice I needed to do a merge of my commit. But now I am
>>>> confused about what I ended up pushing. It looks like I pushed some of
>>>> Andrew's commits from last year??? Did I mess something up? If so
>>>> what/how? And if I did, my apologies. Please let me know if I need to
>>>> clean something up. (Unfortunately I am not consistently online atm, but
>>>> will probably be in the evening.)
>>> What commands did you run?
>> As far as I remember, I did:
>> hg commit
>> hg push (failed because would create multiple heads?)
>> hg pull
>> hg update (notice merge conflict in ChangeLog file)
>> hg resolve -m ChangeLog
>> hg commit -m "Merge"
>> hg push
>> Was that the wrong sequence?
> That seems right, given the circumstances. The question is how you
> got into a state where there was a conflict to begin with.
Hm... 'hg view' shows what might have happened. Apparently mjw had an
old checkout lying around (missing hg pull && hg update perhaps?).
> Note that you can check what will be pushed with 'hg in'.
Shouldnt that be 'hg out'? IIRC 'in' (or incoming) checks for the
changesets that would get pulled in on hg pull
> There don't seem to be any problems building anyway.
Yup, I can confirm. Even though there are tons of files listed, they
seem to refer to stuff that was merged. The build works just fine.
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