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Matt Mackall
merge with stable
Siddharth Agarwal
log: allow revset for --follow to be lazily evaluated It is unclear to me why evaluation was forced. For a repository with over 700,000 commits, 'hg log -f' drops from 1.2 seconds to 0.2 seconds.
Siddharth Agarwal
parsers: remove unused getintat function Warning detected by clang.
Matt Mackall
revset: maintain ordering when subtracting from a baseset (issue4289)
Katsunori FUJIWARA
cmdutil: separate building commit text from 'commitforceeditor' This separation makes it easier to extend/hook building commit text from the specified context. This patch uses 'committext' instead of 'edittext' for names of newly added variable and function, because the former is more purpose specific than the latter, even though 'edittext' in 'buildcommittext' is left as it is to reduce amount of diff.
Katsunori FUJIWARA
convert: detect removal of ".gitmodules" at git source revisions correctly Before this patch, all operations applied on ".gitmodules" at git source revisions are treated as modification, even if they are actually removal of it. If removal of ".gitmodules" is treated as modification unexpectedly, "hg convert" is aborted by the exception raised in "retrievegitmodules()" for ".gitmodules" at the git source revision removing it, because that revision doesn't have any inform…
Branches
stable
Matt Mackall
templates: escape NUL bytes in jsonescape (issue4303) It's currently possible for various fields to contain NUL bytes, which are disallowed in JSON.
Branches
stable
Gregory Szorc
localrepo: document localrepo.hook()
Katsunori FUJIWARA
filemerge: use 'util.ellipsis' to trim custom conflict markers correctly Before this patch, filemerge slices byte sequence directly to trim conflict markers, but this may cause: - splitting at intermediate multi-byte sequence - incorrect calculation of column width (length of byte sequence is different from columns in display in many cases) This patch uses 'util.ellipsis' to trim custom conflict markers correctly, even if multi-byte characters are used in th…
Katsunori FUJIWARA
filemerge: use only the first line of the generated conflict marker for safety Before this patch, with careless configuration (missing '|firstline' filtering for '{desc}' keyword, for example), '[ui] mergemarkertemplate' can make conflict markers multiple lines. For ordinary users, advantage of allowing '[ui] mergemarkertemplate' to generate multiple lines for customizing seems to be less than advantage of disallowing it for safety. This patch uses only the first line of t…
Katsunori FUJIWARA
progress: use 'encoding.colwidth' to get column width of items correctly Before this patch, 'progress' extension applies 'len' on byte sequence to get column width of it, but it causes incorrect result, when length of byte sequence and columns in display are different from each other in multi-byte characters. This patch uses 'encoding.colwidth' to get column width of items in output line correctly, even if it contains multi-byte characters.
Katsunori FUJIWARA
progress: use 'encoding.trim' to trim items in output line correctly Before this patch, 'progress' extension trims items in output line by directly slicing byte sequence, but it may split at intermediate multi-byte sequence. This patch uses 'encoding.trim' to trim items in output line correctly, even if it contains multi-byte characters.
Katsunori FUJIWARA
encoding: add 'leftside' argument into 'trim' to switch trimming side
Katsunori FUJIWARA
progress: use 'encoding.colwidth' to get column width of output line correctly Before this patch, 'progress' extension applies 'len' on byte sequence to get column width of it, but it causes incorrect result, when length of byte sequence and columns in display are different from each other in multi-byte characters. This patch uses 'encoding.colwidth' to get column width of output line correctly, even if it contains multi-byte characters.
Katsunori FUJIWARA
progress: use 'encoding.trim' to trim output line correctly Before this patch, 'progress' extension trims output line by directly slicing byte sequence, but it may split at intermediate multi-byte sequence. This patch uses 'encoding.trim' to trim output line correctly, even if it contains multi-byte characters. "rm -f loop.pyc" before changing "loop.py" in "test-progress.t" ensures that re-compilation of "loop.py", even if "loop.py" and "loop.pyc" have s…
Katsunori FUJIWARA
histedit: use 'util.ellipsis' to trim description of each changesets Before this patch, trimming description of each changesets in histedit may split at intermediate multi-byte sequence. This patch uses 'util.ellipsis' to trim description of each changesets instead of directly slicing byte sequence. Even though 'util.ellipsis' adds '...' as ellipsis when specified string is trimmed (= this changes result of trimming), this patch uses it, because: - it can be u…
Katsunori FUJIWARA
util: replace 'ellipsis' implementation by 'encoding.trim' Before this patch, 'util.ellipsis' tried to avoid splitting at intermediate multi-byte sequence, but its implementation was incorrect. Internal function '_ellipsis' trims specified unicode sequence not at most maxlength 'columns in display', but at most maxlength number of 'unicode characters'. def _ellipsis(text, maxlength): if len(text) <= maxlength: return text, False …
Katsunori FUJIWARA
encoding: add 'trim' to trim multi-byte characters at most specified columns Newly added 'trim' is used to trim multi-byte characters at most specified columns correctly: directly slicing byte sequence should be replaced with 'encoding.trim', because the former may split at intermediate multi-byte sequence. Slicing unicode sequence ('uslice') and concatenation with ellipsis ('concat') are defined as function, to make enhancement in subsequent patch easier.
Jim Hague
bugzilla: stop trying to cache setup across hook invocation In the context of standalone Hg receiving a set of incoming changes, it makes sense for the Bugzilla module to cache basic setup to avoid reconnecting to Bugzilla for each change. After processing the changes, Hg will exit and so the connection is short-lived. But this doesn't work too well when used from a long-lived environment such as hgweb or Kallithea where, for example, the connection can t…
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stable
Matt Mackall
strip: drop -b/--backup option (BC) This option had very limited utility and counterintuitive behavior and collided unfortunately with the much later -B option. Normally we would no-op such a feature so as to avoid annoying existing scripts. However, we have to weigh that against the silent misbehavior that results when users mistakenly intended to use -B: because -b takes no arg, the bookmark gets interpreted as a normal revision,…
Ben Kehoe
purge: add options for deleting only files or only directories
Katsunori FUJIWARA
shelve: accept '--edit' like other commands creating new changeset After this patch, users can invoke editor for the commit message by '--edit' option regardless of '--message'.
Katsunori FUJIWARA
shelve: refactor option combination check to easily add new ones Before this patch, the name of a newly added option had to be added into each string that was passed to the "checkopt()" internal function: these are white-space-separated list of un-acceptable option names (= "black list" for the specified "opt"). This new option had to be added into multiple strings because each option could belong to only one action of "create", "cleanup", "delete" or "list". …
Matt Mackall
merge with stable
Augie Fackler
test-extension: add check for 'hg version -v' listing enabled extensions
anatoly techtonik
version: show enabled extensions (issue4209) This code is based by hg-versions extension (GPLv2) by Markus Zapke-Gruendemann <info@keimlink.de> http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/VersionsExtension
David Soria Parra
strip: remove bookmarks after strip succeed (issue4295) In case we have revs to strip, delete the bookmark after the strip succeeds, not beforehand as we might still abort due to dirty working directory, etc.
Ryan McElroy
templater: introduce word function This function allows returning only the nth "word" from a string. By default a string is split as by Python's split() function default, but an optional third parameter can also override what string the string is split by.
Sean Farley
committablectx: move __contains__ into workingctx This was mistakenly moved from workingctx to committablectx in 9d56a3359011. Since the method is querying the dirstate, the only logical place is for it to reside is in workingctx.
Sean Farley
memctx: explicitly set substate to None In d2743be1bb06, memctx was changed to inherit from committablectx, this in turn added the 'substate' property to memctx. It turns out that the newcommitphase method tested for this property: def newcommitphase(ui, ctx): commitphase = phases.newcommitphase(ui) substate = getattr(ctx, "substate", None) if not substate: return commitphase Currently, memctx isn't ready…
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