[opensource-dev] Naive question about Bitbucket

Marine Kelley marinekelley at gmail.com
Wed Aug 25 10:26:29 PDT 2010

Aha ! That was it. Actually one has to Clone with TortoiseHg, and then to
right click on the folder and choose TortoiseHg Update, and choose what
changeset to apply. I'll look into the options so that it applies all the
changes upon cloning, I don't feel like doing this one change at a time.

Thanks !

On 25 August 2010 19:12, Brian McGroarty <soft at lindenlab.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:01 AM, Marine Kelley <marinekelley at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Pardon my naive question, but this is the first time I use TortoiseHg, and
>> I'm having weird results here. My Cygwin is too old to update via
>> cygwin-setup, I have to reinstall it completely, and I don't want to do
>> that. So I'm falling back to TortoiseHg instead. And here is my problem :
>> I clone https://bitbucket.org/lindenlab/viewer-development and everything
>> works fine, I can run develop.py, build and test, then patch, rebuild and
>> retest, everything is smooth like a dream. But when I look at the changeset
>> on the webpage of this project, none of the changes are included into what I
>> have downloaded. Sure it works, but I don't have the latest additions. Naive
>> me thought that whatever is listed on that page is available in the
>> sources... am I wrong ? If not, are these changes public ?
> I don't know about TortoiseHg specifically - but it sounds like you might
> be pulling, but not updating. "pull" downloads changes but doesn't apply
> them to your tree - they only sit in a database. "update" updates your tree.
> If this is the case, there's probably a checkbox that allows it to
> automatically update each time it pulls.
> --
> Brian McGroarty | Linden Lab
> Sent from my Newton MP2100 via acoustic coupler
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