Mercurial extension to affect multiple repositories simultaneously. All commands that affect other repositories (push, paths, out and bundle) are wrapped.
If you have installed multirepo.py in your PYTHONPATH, activate the extension in .hgrc:
Otherwise, you will need to specify the full path to the extension:
[extensions] multirepo = path/to/multirepo.py
Add paths to target to .hgrc in the multirepo section; attributes starting with path. are interpreted as targets for multirepo:
[multirepo] path.abc = /path/to/a/repo path.another = /path/to/another/repo
The default path (or default-push if it is defined) is included in the list of paths to this extension will target unless you set include.default to False:
[multirepo] include.default = False path.abc = /path/to/a/repo path.another = /path/to/another/repo
All wrapped commands affect all targets unless a specific target is given on the command-line.
I first wrote multirepo so that I could push to a backup repo and a public repo in a single operation. Then, I started using the extension at work to manage a series of repos used by the team.
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