On 3/5/2011 9:30 AM, Georg Brandl wrote:
On 05.03.2011 15:20, Georg Brandl wrote:
On 05.03.2011 15:18, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
Creation of the final hg repositories on hg.python.org is under way, so please no test commits anymore.
And since testing things out if you're new to Mercurial is still a good idea, we'll create another clone in "sandbox/cpython" as the default testing grounds.
Great, I was going to ask for this. Since I never mastered the (Tortoise) SVN merge-conflict-resolution tool, I would like to practice with merge-resolution of intentional conflicts between something pushed by someone else (and pulled by me) and my working copy.
To clarify the reason for this: of course everybody can also create their own clone cpython using the "server-side clone" feature at http://hg.python.org/cpython/. However, this repo has the same consistency-checking hooks enabled as the /cpython repository, whereas custom clones start out with no hooks.