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#!/bin/bash

#$ name: init

hg init main
cd main
echo 'This is a boring feature.' > myfile
hg commit -A -m 'We have reached an important milestone!'

#$ name: tag

hg tag v1.0
hg tip
hg tags

#$ name: main

cd ../main
echo 'This is exciting and new!' >> myfile
hg commit -m 'Add a new feature'
cat myfile

#$ name: update

cd ..
hg clone -U main main-old
cd main-old
hg update v1.0
cat myfile

#$ name: clone

cd ..
hg clone -rv1.0 main stable

#$ name: stable

hg clone stable stable-fix
cd stable-fix
echo 'This is a fix to a boring feature.' > myfile
hg commit -m 'Fix a bug'
#$ ignore: /tmp/branching.*
hg push

#$ name:

export HGMERGE=$(mktemp)
echo '#!/bin/sh' > $HGMERGE
echo 'echo "This is a fix to a boring feature." > "$1"' >> $HGMERGE
echo 'echo "This is exciting and new!" >> "$1"' >> $HGMERGE
chmod 700 $HGMERGE

#$ name: merge

cd ../main
hg pull ../stable
hg merge
hg commit -m 'Bring in bugfix from stable branch'
cat myfile

#$ name:

rm $HGMERGE