Keep track of remote branch heads in Mercurial.
-With this extension installed, Mercurial gains one new feature: when you pull
-from a repository listed in .hg/hgrc's [paths] section, you get output similar
+With this extension installed, Mercurial gains one new feature: when
+you pull from a repository listed in .hg/hgrc's ``[paths]`` section,
+you get output similar to the following::
@ 3[tip] 7c2fd3b9020c 2009-04-27 18:04 -0500 durin42
o 0 d8d2fcd0e319 2009-04-27 18:04 -0500 durin42
-What this output is showing is that the head of the default branch in a
-repo at path 'stable' is c561b4e977df, and the head of default in the
-repo at path 'default' is at 030b686bedc4. This is accomplished by sending
-a single extra request to the Mercurial server after the pull is complete.
-The nature of this request (branchheads) requires that the server be
+What this output is showing is that the head of the default branch in
+a repo at path ``stable`` is ``c561b4e977df``, and the head of default
+in the repo at path ``default`` is at ``030b686bedc4``. This is
+accomplished by sending a single extra request to the Mercurial server
+after the pull is complete. The nature of this request (branchheads)
+requires that the server be Mercurial 1.3 or newer.
This extension should work properly with paths from the schemes extension
included with Mercurial 1.4 and later. Other extensions which perform varying
kinds of manipulation on the repository path may not function as expected.
+When revsets are available (Mercurial 1.7 and later), remotebranches
+makes two new revsets available: ``pushed()`` and ``upstream()``. The
+``pushed()`` revset returns all revisions that are have been pushed to
+any repository tracked by remotebranches. The ``upstream()`` set is
+those revisions which are in a repository whose path is listed in the
+``upstream`` field of the ``[remotebranches]`` configuration
+section. If there is no ``remotebranches.upstream`` setting, it
+defaults to behaving identically to ``pushed()``.