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versions extension

Display the version information for Mercurial and all installed extensions.

Installation

Use pip or easy_install to install the package:

$ pip install hg-versions

Or install from the sources:

$ tar xzf hg-versions-0.1.tar.gz
$ cd hg-versions-0.1
$ python setup.py install

Then add the extension to your Mercurial configuration (your .hgrc or mercurial.ini file):

[extensions]
versions =

Usage

By default only the Mercurial version and enabled extensions with version information are displayed:

$ hg versions
Mercurial version: 1.7.2

enabled extensions:

 versions 0.1

You can use the -a argument to display all enabled extensions, even those without a version:

$ hg versions -a
Mercurial version: 1.7.2

enabled extensions:

 bookmarks
 color
 crecord
 extdiff
 fetch
 graphlog
 hgattic
 hggit
 hgsubversion
 histedit
 mercurial_keyring
 pager
 prompt
 rebase
 versions 0.1

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Tip: Use camelCasing e.g. ProjME to search for ProjectModifiedEvent.java.
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