# README - Documentation for b, a distributed bug tracker extension for Mercurial
-# Copyright 2010 Michael Diamond <email@example.com>
+# Copyright 2010- Michael Diamond <firstname.lastname@example.org>
# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.
Allows you to specify (relative to the repo root) where the bugs
- database should go. The default is '
+ database should go. The default is '.bugs'
assign the bug to your username, and the special name 'Nobody' will mark the bug
- To see a list of all users, and the number of open bugs assigned to them,
+ To see a list of all users b is currently aware of, and the number of open
+ bugs assigned to them, you can call:
Finally, list has some advanced functionality that's worth knowing. First
title. Issues are ordered by issue ID by default, however you can use the -a
flag to sort them alphabetically, and the -c flag to sort them chronologically.
These flags can be used together for fairly granular browsing of your bugs database.
+ In addition, you can use the -T flag to truncate output that would otherwise
+ overflow beyond one line.
The read-only commands (list, details, users, and id) have an additional --rev
option that can be used to run that command against a committed revision of the bug
database. To see the list of issues open at the time of this release, for
- instance, you could run 'hg b list --rev 6.0-rc'
+ instance, you could run 'hg b list --rev 6.0-rc-'