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Now, my patch gets rejected and I want to remove one of my bookmark-branches from my repository.
OK, in git I would just force-delete my branch and forget about it, so I delete my bookmark and now I have following problems: Personally, for your scenario, I wouldn't bother even creating a branch, unless I was working on multiple changes, each of which would need to be accepted by the core developers.
Also, this is Windows-centric, but I imagine it will be a similar experience for Linux and Mac OS users as well.
There are a bewildering number of different ways you can work with Mercurial. However, I make no claim that this is the correct (or even a correct) way to use Tortoise Hg and Mercurial.
You may make your first commit immediately after creating the new repository, but I often like to create a file or two just to make it worthwhile.
To commit with Tortoise Hg, just right-click in the directory and chose Hg Commit.
Unless both modifications are identical, this results in a Figure 3.4, “Conflicting changes to a document” illustrates an instance of two conflicting changes to a document.
Please comment below if you find any errors or inaccuracies. If you don't already have a repository, you'll need to create one. Simply right-click in the root of your project's directory (in Windows Explorer) and select Tortoise Hg- Your repository is an empty shell of a thing until you make some commits.Our task in resolving the conflicting changes is to decide what the file should look like.Mercurial doesn't have a built-in facility for handling conflicts. The histories of the two repositories have also diverged, as illustrated in Figure 3.1, “Divergent recent histories of the my-hello and my-new-hello repositories”. pulling from ../my-hello searching for changes adding changesets adding manifests adding file changes added 1 changesets with 1 changes to 1 files ( 1 heads) (run 'hg heads' to see heads, 'hg merge' to merge) Remember that Mercurial records what the parent of each change is.If a change has a parent, we call it a child or descendant of the parent. The tip revision is thus a head, because the newest revision in a repository doesn't have any children.