To specify a custom filter, the user selects the filter type, enters
the search text of that type, and then hits return in the text entry.
- Parse the user text as a revision range. See
- `hg.1.html#revisions <http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/hg.1.html#revisions>`_
- for details on how to specify revision ranges.
+ :guilabel:`Revision Set`
+ Parse the user text as a revision set. See
+ `hg.1.html#revisions <http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/hg.1.html#revsets>`_
+ for details on how to specify revision sets.
Parse the user text as a file pattern glob, unless the user text
is prefixed with a pattern type like *regexp:*. See
Performs the equivalent of 'push -r <rev>'. This option is only
available on changesets marked as outgoing.
+ :guilabel:`Push this Branch`
+ Performs the equivalent of 'push --new-branch --branch <branch>'.
+ This option is only available on changesets marked as outgoing.
Update your working directory to this revision. Opens the
TortoiseHg update dialog with this revision selected.
Creates a bundle file with range of changesets.
:guilabel:`Export patches from here to selected`
Creates a patch file for each changeset in selected range.
- :guilabel:`Merge with
+ :guilabel:`Merge with `
Merges this revision with the other selected revision. If
neither revision is currently checked out, the merge dialog will
be forced to update to the first selected revision before
Rebase selected changeset and ancestors on top of original
selected revision. *Only visible when the rebase extension is
qimport from here to selected`
+ :guilabel:`mport from here to selected`
Import selected revision range into the current patch queue.
*Only visible when MQ is enabled*
+ :guilabel:`Select common ancestor`
+ Selects (highlights) the common ancestor of the two selected
+ revisions. Helpful, when reviewing merges.
.. [#rcm1] The strip command will store the stripped revisions in a bundle file
that can later be reapplied.