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Subject: Re: [OMPI devel] svn commit
From: Ralph Castain (rhc_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-02-13 15:24:29

When you push something to an hg repo, you have to go to that repo and
do an "hg up" to update it. Hg holds your changes until you do the

Once you have them in the hg repo, you can do an "svn st" to see if
you need to do anything further before committing back to the svn repo
- e.g., add or remove files. When you are ready, just do an "svn ci"
to commit your changes to the svn repo.


On Feb 13, 2009, at 1:08 PM, Eugene Loh wrote:

> I'm having trouble figuring out how to put my changes back to the
> trunk.
> I've been looking at the wiki pages, but don't really see the one
> last piece that I need of this puzzle. I've used
> to get me through these steps:
> svn check-out of trunk to make an svn workspace on milliways
> turn this also into an hg repository
> bring hg workspace over to a local (Sun) workspace
> make changes
> hg commit and push back to milliways
> Now, two questions:
> 1) Why don't I see my changes on milliways? If I look at a file I
> changed in my local workspace, I don't see that change when I look
> at the same file on milliways. However, if I do a fresh hg clone
> from the milliways workspace, I do see the changes. So, somehow my
> changes are on milliways, but only in a way that hg sees them.
> 2) How do I get the changes from my milliways svn/hg workspace back
> into the trunk?
> The workspace on milliways is /u/eloh/hg/sm_latency in case that
> matters.
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