Hg-publishall is a mercurial extension which allows you to push simultaneously to multiple repositories, in a single command.
First, clone the repository, let's say in your home directory:
hg clone ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/pelletier/hg-publishall ~/hg-publishall
Then add the following to your
.hgrc file in order to activate the extension:
[extensions] publishall = /Users/thomas/hg-publishall/publishall.py
Add as many paths as you want to your repository/.hg/hgrc file, and when you want to push, use one of the following:
hg pushall hg pusha
As of r10
you can now pass
--new-branch to the command in order to create remote
branches. Here is an example session:
hg init base hg init target1 hg init target2 echo -e "[paths]\ntarget1=../target1\ntarget2=../target2" > base/.hg/hgrc cd base touch bar hg commit -A -m "first commit on default" hg pushall hg branch newbranch touch foo hg commit -A -m "create a new branch" hg pushall # This fails hg pushall --new-branch
- Hg-publish plays great with hg-git.
Hg-publishall is licensed under MIT license, so feel free to hack as much as you wish.
Finally, if you find a bug, have a feature request or want to submit a patch, just fill a ticket on the issues tracker.
In order of appearance,