hgbook / ja / examples / daily.copy


#$ name: init

hg init my-copy
cd my-copy
echo line > file
hg add file
hg commit -m 'Added a file'

#$ name: clone

cd ..
hg clone my-copy your-copy

#$ name: copy

cd my-copy
hg copy file new-file

#$ name: status

hg status

#$ name: status-copy

hg status -C
hg commit -m 'Copied file'

#$ name: other

cd ../your-copy
echo 'new contents' >> file
hg commit -m 'Changed file'

#$ name: cat

cat file
cat ../my-copy/new-file

#$ name: merge

hg pull ../my-copy
hg merge
cat new-file

#$ name:

cd ..
hg init copy-example
cd copy-example
echo a > a
echo b > b
mkdir c
mkdir c/a
echo c > c/a/c
hg ci -Ama

#$ name: simple

mkdir k
hg copy a k
ls k

#$ name: dir-dest

mkdir d
hg copy a b d
ls d

#$ name: dir-src

hg copy c e

#$ name: dir-src-dest

hg copy c d

#$ name: after

cp a z
hg copy --after a z
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