webrev -f failing on Mac
peter.brunet at oracle.com
Tue May 10 14:10:00 UTC 2016
Thanks Iris and Daniel, I've moved on to trees; that works very well.
On 5/6/16 12:12 PM, Iris Clark wrote:
>> The 'forest' extension does not appear to be working properly with
>> recent mercurial versions.
> The forest extension has been unsupported for some time. During the
> OpenJDK server migration in March 2014, support was removed as part of
> the upgrade to Hg 2.6.3. See this announcement  for details.
> If you provide a sample invocation of webrev, I'll add it to this page:
>  http://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/announce/2014-March/000164.html
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel Fuchs
> Sent: Friday, May 06, 2016 7:48 AM
> To: Pete Brunet; code-tools-dev at openjdk.java.net
> Subject: Re: webrev -f failing on Mac
> Hi Pete,
> Webrev -f no longer uses 'forest', now it uses 'trees'.
> The 'forest' extension does not appear to be working properly with recent mercurial versions.
> You should remove forest from your .hgrc if you have enabled it.
> For trees to work correctly, your repository forest should be first seeded.
> If you run webrev -f in a repository that has not been seeded for trees it will print a warning message:
> WARNING: -f flag provided but no subtree configured.
> consider running 'hg tconfig --set --walk --depth'
> Just run 'hg tconfig --set --walk --depth' from the root of the forest and run webrev again.
> Hope this helps,
> -- daniel
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