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It looks like the TracMercurial plugin does most of what is on my wish
list -- the IU sysadmins graciously installed a sandbox version of it
today that is feeding off the official HG mirror of OMPI's SVN (so it
updates about once an hour):
Additionally, a thread started on the Mercurial users list about Open
MPI; I'll probably be asking a few more questions over there over the
next several days / week or so.
On Jan 13, 2009, at 8:38 AM, Jeff Squyres wrote:
> On Jan 12, 2009, at 11:40 PM, Paul Franz wrote:
>> I will see what I can do.
> Many thanks! I'm going to take full advantage of your offer and ask
> for the moon, even thought it's a large list. :-)
>> BTW, what kind of integration are you looking for? Do you just want
>> the changeset to be logged in the Trac bug via a hook that looks at
>> the comment for the appropriate bug number? Or something different?
> We enjoy SVN+Trac integration right now that does the following:
> - SVN commits are logged in trac such that they show up in the
> timeline (https://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/ompi/timeline). I'm not the
> sysadmin, but I assume that this is via some SVN commit hook on the
> server and could be pretty easily accomplished via hg as well.
> - SVN history is available in two forms:
> - Viewing "enhanced" diffs for individual commits (colorized,
> links to show each individual file in the commit, links to show just
> the diffs for one file, marking files that are added or deleted --
> not necessarily showing "-" or "+" for every line in a removed/added
> file; e.g., https://svn.open-mpi.org/trac/ompi/changeset/20219)
> --> I personally find the "Show ___ lines around each change"
> option on the trac web page to be fantastic!
> - Viewing any file in the repository and its associated SVN history
> - Browsing the repository at any arbitrary state (r number)
> - The search box allows typing "r12345" which quick-jumps to viewing
> that individual commit
> - Comparisons between:
> - The same repository section (file or directory) at different r
> numbers (e.g., compare /trunk/foo_at_HEAD against r12345 /trunk/
> - Different repository sections (file or directory) at the same
> or different r numbers (e.g., compare /trunk_at_HEAD to /branch/
> - Wiki syntax of "r12345" automatically links to SVN changeset 12345.
> Some of these issues likely need to be enhanced to use the hex
> commit ID instead of "r12345" to ensure the uniqueness of hg commits
> (perhaps "hg<hex ID>"?).
> There's also the issue of converting all of our old data from the
> SVN "rxxxxx" format to whatever the new HG format is.
> - we have lots of SVN commit messages that refer to "rxxxxx"; it
> would be awesome to be automatically able to update them to the
> appropriate new HG hex reference
> - ditto goes for all the wiki pages and ticket entries
> ...or perhaps it would be easier to support the old "rxxxxx" syntax
> on all already-existing commits/wiki pages/ticket entries as an
> alias for the newly updated hg commit references.
> This is my wish-list as of 8:30am (pre-caffeine). :-)
> I did a quick search on selenic.com this morning for Trac and came
> up with:
> But the link it points to (http://hg.softcircuit.com.au/tools/
> hgtrac/) seems to be an unresponsive server:
> shell% telnet hg.softcircuit.com.au 80
> Trying 18.104.22.168...
> telnet: connect to address 22.214.171.124: Connection refused
> telnet: Unable to connect to remote host
> Jeff Squyres
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