commits

A Mercurial extension that allows the user to commit modified files as multiple changesets
commits is a Mercurial extension that allows the user to commit modified files as multiple changesets, in a single operation. An editor is invoked with the current list of modified files, and the user needs to edit the file, adding a single comment line before each set of lines, separated by some empty lines between each desired changeset.

Something like this:

Modified project files.
M docs/flair.txt
M docs/dmping.txt

Added extra careful tracing and assertions.
M common/lib/pyfff/tracing.py
M common/lib/googoo/logging.c
M common/lib/googoo/strutils.c

New test utilities.
M docs/testutils.txt
M common/lib/pyfff/__init__.py
A common/lib/pyfff/testutil


Each set will be committed independently when you exit the editor.

last updated on:
December 18th, 2008, 15:30 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Martin Blais
homepage:
furius.ca
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Programming \ Version Control
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