Mercurial updating to public failed
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Once you have made a local commit, you can push it to the central repository. Tonight I did those two tasks then ran the same command (Scrolling up to the previous command to use the same every time.) "curl -s https://mailinabox.email/| sudo bash". Authenticating with public key "key"Welcome to Ubuntu 14.04.5 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.13.0-106-generic x86_64) System information as of Fri Dec 30 UTC 2016 System load: 0.0 Memory usage: 5% Processes: 91 Usage of /: 67.5% of 7.74GB Swap usage: 0% Users logged in: 0 0 packages can be updated.0 updates are security updates. Every month or so I do standard Ubuntu 14.04 LTS update and upgrade & reboot when the MIAB status page wants.Maybe you forgot to run the tests and a failure slipped in.You want to modify history so that you push one perfect changeset, rather than one flawed changeset followed by an “oops” commit.: the original revision 1 is preserved as an obsolete changeset.
If you want a graphical user interface, install Tortoise-Hg, but below in this page we will only be referring to the command-line interface.
If I use the mailinabox command, I get this kind of results : git status The console shows : [email protected]:~/mailinabox# git status HEAD detached at v0.21b You have unmerged paths.
Imagine you’ve just committed a new changeset, and then you discover a mistake.
I have a local copy of a Bitbucket repo on one of my servers (under the user rob), and I created a script that runs every hour in cron and attempts to pull & update the local copy.
The issue I'm having is that fails, even though when I follow the same procedure outside of cron it works fine.
The two common failure modes are: (a) you run a command without knowing what it's going to do; (b) you with a mistaken understanding of the state of your working directory. It lets you attempt stuff you never would have tried in CVS.