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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 6.1.2, Package name: py39-mercurial-6.1.2, Maintainer: wiz

Mercurial is a free, distributed source control management tool.
It efficiently handles projects of any size and offers an easy and
intuitive interface.

Mercurial efficiently handles projects of any size and kind. Every
clone contains the whole project history, so most actions are local,
fast and convenient. Mercurial supports a multitude of workflows
and you can easily enhance its functionality with extensions.

It is easy to learn: You can follow our simple guide to learn how
to revision your documents with Mercurial, or just use the quick
start to get going instantly. A short overview of Mercurial's
decentralized model is also available.

And it just works: Mercurial strives to deliver on each of its
promises. Most tasks simply work on the first try and without
requiring arcane knowledge.

Required to run:
[devel/py-curses] [lang/python37]

Required to build:
[archivers/unzip] [pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

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   2022-05-10 09:06:10 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-mercurial: update to 6.1.2.

= Mercurial 6.1.2 =

 * Improve Windows test suite
 * Fix `debuglock` not ignoring a missing lockfile when forcing a lock
 * Improve help of `ui.large-file-limit`
 * Set the large-file-limit to 10MB (from 10MiB) for clarity
 * While rewriting desc hashes, ignore ambiguous prefix "hashes"
 * Fix a crash in partial amend with copies
 * Fix a py3 compatiblity bug
 * Fix incorrect metadata causing dirstate-v2 data loss in edge case
 * Fix cleanup of old dirstate-v2 data files when using `rhg`
 * Make reference to `.hg/last_message.txt` relative in commit
 * Fix an infinite hang when `rhg` is used in the background
 * Fix Python DLL loading bug in Windows
 * Add `--docket` flag to `debugstate` to check out dirstate-v2 metadata
 * Remove `debugdirstateignorepatternhash` in favor of `debugstate --docket`
 * Fix incorrect metadata causing systematic complete dirstate-v2 rewrite
   2022-04-21 00:14:01 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-mercurial: update to 6.1.1.

= Mercurial 6.1.1 =

 * Fix Rust compilation on `aarcch64`
 * Fix Rust compilation on architectures where `char` is unsigned
 * When the merge tool uses `$output`, don't leave markers in `$local`
 * Improve test suite support on big-endian platforms
 * Cap the number of concurrent threads to 16 in Rust `hg status` to prevent \ 
huge speed regression at higher thread counts
 * Fix `amend` with copies in extras
 * Abort if commit we're trying to `unamend` was not created by `hg [un]amend`
 * Fix file name in the pullbundle help text
 * Fix an issue with data not being correctly reset in the C implementation of \ 
 * Fix issue6673 where some tags were missing from cache after a merge
 * Fix stream-cloning a repo with empty requirements
 * Fix a false warning about content-divergence creation
 * Fix silly blackbox entries when hg is interrupted
 * Fix unsoundness (no known exploits) in Rust extensions (see cfd270d83169 and \ 
 * Fix Rust dirstate counters not being updated correctly leading to some \ 
potential bugs (none known)
 * Stop relying on a compiler implementation detail in Rust HgPath
   2022-03-08 12:05:10 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
py-mercurial: update to 6.1.

New Features

    Added a way of specifying required extensions that prevent
    Mercurial from starting if they are not found. See hg help

    Merge conflict markers have been made clearer (see backwards
    compatibility below)

    Improve detailed error codes

    Added a hint about mangled whitespace on bad patch

    Explain which order the commits are presented in chistedit

    Introduce a dirstate-tracked-hint feature to help automation
    keep track of changes to tracked files. See hg help

    Shared repositories can be upgraded if the upgrade is specific
    to the share. For now, this only applies to dirstate-v2 and

    When using the narrow extension, non-conflicting changes to
    files outside of the narrow specification can now be merged.

    When cloning a repository using stream-clone, the client can
    now control the repository format variants to use as long as
    the stream content does not restrict that variant.

Default Format Change

These changes affect newly created repositories (or new clones)
done with Mercurial 6.1.

    The share-safe format variant is now enabled by default. It
    makes configuration and requirements more consistent across
    repository and their shares. This introduces a behavior change
    as shares from a repository using the new format will also use
    their main repository's configuration. See hg help
    config.format.use-share-safe for details about the feature and
    the available options for auto-upgrading existing shares.

New Experimental Features

    The pure Rust version of Mercurial called rhg added support
    for most common invocations of hg status. See hg help rust.rhg
    for details on how to try it out.

    rhg supports narrow clones and sparse checkouts.

Bug Fixes

    Obsolete revisions are skipped while computing heads. In
    conjunction with the evolve extension >= 10.5.0, this leads to
    massive exchange (push/pull) speedups in repositories with a
    lot of heads and/or obsolete revisions.

    Stream-clones now properly advertise all requirements needed.
    This can result in the stream-clone feature being disabled for
    some clients using < 6.0.2. A small bugfix patch for these
    older client is available if necessary.

    The --no-check and --no-merge flags now properly overwrite the
    behavior from commands.update.check

    rhg's fallback detection is more robust in general in the
    presence of more advanced configs

    rhg's blackbox now supports milliseconds by default and uses
    the same ISO 8601 format as the Python implementation

    Fix rhg crash on non-generaldelta revlogs

    The lfs, largefiles and sparse extensions now correctly take
    the appropriate lock before writing requirements

    The notify extension does not produce errors anymore if a
    revision is not found

    Remove unnecessary and overly strict check for divergence in
    hg fix

    Windows compatibility improvements

    Miscellaneous Python 3 and typing improvements

    Many other small or internal fixes

Backwards Compatibility Changes

    The use of share-safe, means shares (of new repositories) will
    also use their main repository's configuration see the Default
    Format Change section for details.

    The fix to stream-clone requirements advertising means some
    requirements previously (wronly) omitted are now sent. This
    can confuse client using a Mercurial version < 6.0.2. The client
    would consider these requirements unsupported even if it actually
    know them. If you encounter this, either upgrade your client
    or apply the necessary patch.

    The labels passed to merge tools have changed slightly. Merge
    tools can get labels passed to them if you include $labellocal,
    $labelbase, and/or $labelother in the merge-tool.<tool name>.args
    configuration. These labels used to have some space-padding,
    and truncation to fit within 72 columns. Both the padding and
    the truncation has been removed.

    Some of the text in labels passed to merge tools has changed.
    For example, in conflicts while running hg histedit, the labels
    used to be "local", "base", and "histedit". \ 
They are now "already
    edited", "parent of current change", and "current \ 

    The computation of namedbranch heads now ignores obsolete
    revisions. User of the Changeset Evolution feature may see a
    change in location and numbers of heads of each named branches
    (and topic).

    The remotefilelog extension now requires an appropriate
    excludepattern for subrepositories.

    debugsparse's interface has been reworked to be more flexible.
    Since it's a debug command it is not actually a breaking change,
    but it is worth noting here.

    Temporary files for merges are now all inside a hgmerge directory
    instead of at the root of TMPDIR. The corresponding experimental
    mergetempdirprefix config option has been removed.

Internal API Changes

    The dirstate API received minor modifications.


    Removed exchange-v2. It was a prototype that had never been in
    a working state and had been left untouched since 2017.
   2022-02-20 23:06:44 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-mercurial: update to 6.0.3.

Changes not found.
   2022-02-15 11:21:30 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-mercurial: update to 6.0.2.

Mercurial 6.0.2

* Fix hg incoming and hg outgoing with remote subrepos on Windows
* Fix Rust build on MacOS
* Fix a (15 year old?) bug where some data loss could happen in
  a very tight race window
* Remove support for running hg unamend on merge changesets at
  it was never actually implemented
* Fix stream-clone requirements filtering which caused some
  stream-clones to be unusable from an older version of Mercurial
* Rename dirstate-v2 configuration name from exp-rc-dirstate-v2
  to use-dirstate-v2. This was overlooked in 6.0, the old name
  will be kept as an alias for compatibility.
* Fix a bug where the branchmap could point to uncommitted data
   2022-01-29 08:23:59 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
py-mercurial: mark as conflicting with other versions of this package

due to bin/hg and some documentation files
   2022-01-22 16:25:59 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
py-mercurial: fix PLIST for python 2.7
   2022-01-17 00:51:14 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
py-mercurial: update to 6.0.1.

Changes not found.