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# commands.py - command processing for mercurial
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# Copyright 2005-2007 Matt Mackall <mpm@selenic.com>
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#
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# This software may be used and distributed according to the terms of the
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# GNU General Public License version 2 or any later version.
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from node import hex, bin, nullid, nullrev, short
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from lock import release
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from i18n import _, gettext
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import os, re, difflib, time, tempfile, errno
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import hg, scmutil, util, revlog, extensions, copies, error, bookmarks
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import patch, help, url, encoding, templatekw, discovery
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import archival, changegroup, cmdutil, hbisect
import sshserver, hgweb, hgweb.server, commandserver
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import merge as mergemod
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import minirst, revset, fileset
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import dagparser, context, simplemerge
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import random, setdiscovery, treediscovery, dagutil
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table = {}

command = cmdutil.command(table)

# common command options

globalopts = [
    ('R', 'repository', '',
     _('repository root directory or name of overlay bundle file'),
     _('REPO')),
    ('', 'cwd', '',
     _('change working directory'), _('DIR')),
    ('y', 'noninteractive', None,
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     _('do not prompt, automatically pick the first choice for all prompts')),
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    ('q', 'quiet', None, _('suppress output')),
    ('v', 'verbose', None, _('enable additional output')),
    ('', 'config', [],
     _('set/override config option (use \'section.name=value\')'),
     _('CONFIG')),
    ('', 'debug', None, _('enable debugging output')),
    ('', 'debugger', None, _('start debugger')),
    ('', 'encoding', encoding.encoding, _('set the charset encoding'),
     _('ENCODE')),
    ('', 'encodingmode', encoding.encodingmode,
     _('set the charset encoding mode'), _('MODE')),
    ('', 'traceback', None, _('always print a traceback on exception')),
    ('', 'time', None, _('time how long the command takes')),
    ('', 'profile', None, _('print command execution profile')),
    ('', 'version', None, _('output version information and exit')),
    ('h', 'help', None, _('display help and exit')),
]

dryrunopts = [('n', 'dry-run', None,
               _('do not perform actions, just print output'))]

remoteopts = [
    ('e', 'ssh', '',
     _('specify ssh command to use'), _('CMD')),
    ('', 'remotecmd', '',
     _('specify hg command to run on the remote side'), _('CMD')),
    ('', 'insecure', None,
     _('do not verify server certificate (ignoring web.cacerts config)')),
]

walkopts = [
    ('I', 'include', [],
     _('include names matching the given patterns'), _('PATTERN')),
    ('X', 'exclude', [],
     _('exclude names matching the given patterns'), _('PATTERN')),
]

commitopts = [
    ('m', 'message', '',
     _('use text as commit message'), _('TEXT')),
    ('l', 'logfile', '',
     _('read commit message from file'), _('FILE')),
]

commitopts2 = [
    ('d', 'date', '',
     _('record the specified date as commit date'), _('DATE')),
    ('u', 'user', '',
     _('record the specified user as committer'), _('USER')),
]

templateopts = [
    ('', 'style', '',
     _('display using template map file'), _('STYLE')),
    ('', 'template', '',
     _('display with template'), _('TEMPLATE')),
]

logopts = [
    ('p', 'patch', None, _('show patch')),
    ('g', 'git', None, _('use git extended diff format')),
    ('l', 'limit', '',
     _('limit number of changes displayed'), _('NUM')),
    ('M', 'no-merges', None, _('do not show merges')),
    ('', 'stat', None, _('output diffstat-style summary of changes')),
] + templateopts

diffopts = [
    ('a', 'text', None, _('treat all files as text')),
    ('g', 'git', None, _('use git extended diff format')),
    ('', 'nodates', None, _('omit dates from diff headers'))
]

diffopts2 = [
    ('p', 'show-function', None, _('show which function each change is in')),
    ('', 'reverse', None, _('produce a diff that undoes the changes')),
    ('w', 'ignore-all-space', None,
     _('ignore white space when comparing lines')),
    ('b', 'ignore-space-change', None,
     _('ignore changes in the amount of white space')),
    ('B', 'ignore-blank-lines', None,
     _('ignore changes whose lines are all blank')),
    ('U', 'unified', '',
     _('number of lines of context to show'), _('NUM')),
    ('', 'stat', None, _('output diffstat-style summary of changes')),
]

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mergetoolopts = [
    ('t', 'tool', '', _('specify merge tool')),
]

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similarityopts = [
    ('s', 'similarity', '',
     _('guess renamed files by similarity (0<=s<=100)'), _('SIMILARITY'))
]

subrepoopts = [
    ('S', 'subrepos', None,
     _('recurse into subrepositories'))
]

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# Commands start here, listed alphabetically
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@command('^add',
    walkopts + subrepoopts + dryrunopts,
    _('[OPTION]... [FILE]...'))
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def add(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
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    """add the specified files on the next commit

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    Schedule files to be version controlled and added to the
    repository.
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    The files will be added to the repository at the next commit. To
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    undo an add before that, see :hg:`forget`.
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    If no names are given, add all files to the repository.
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    .. container:: verbose

       An example showing how new (unknown) files are added
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       automatically by :hg:`add`::
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         $ ls
         foo.c
         $ hg status
         ? foo.c
         $ hg add
         adding foo.c
         $ hg status
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         A foo.c
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    Returns 0 if all files are successfully added.
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    """

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    m = scmutil.match(repo[None], pats, opts)
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    rejected = cmdutil.add(ui, repo, m, opts.get('dry_run'),
                           opts.get('subrepos'), prefix="")
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    return rejected and 1 or 0
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@command('addremove',
    similarityopts + walkopts + dryrunopts,
    _('[OPTION]... [FILE]...'))
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def addremove(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
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    """add all new files, delete all missing files
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    Add all new files and remove all missing files from the
    repository.
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    New files are ignored if they match any of the patterns in
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    ``.hgignore``. As with add, these changes take effect at the next
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    commit.
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    Use the -s/--similarity option to detect renamed files. With a
    parameter greater than 0, this compares every removed file with
    every added file and records those similar enough as renames. This
    option takes a percentage between 0 (disabled) and 100 (files must
    be identical) as its parameter. Detecting renamed files this way
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    can be expensive. After using this option, :hg:`status -C` can be
    used to check which files were identified as moved or renamed.
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    Returns 0 if all files are successfully added.
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    """
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        sim = float(opts.get('similarity') or 100)
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    except ValueError:
        raise util.Abort(_('similarity must be a number'))
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    if sim < 0 or sim > 100:
        raise util.Abort(_('similarity must be between 0 and 100'))
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    return scmutil.addremove(repo, pats, opts, similarity=sim / 100.0)
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@command('^annotate|blame',
    [('r', 'rev', '', _('annotate the specified revision'), _('REV')),
    ('', 'follow', None,
     _('follow copies/renames and list the filename (DEPRECATED)')),
    ('', 'no-follow', None, _("don't follow copies and renames")),
    ('a', 'text', None, _('treat all files as text')),
    ('u', 'user', None, _('list the author (long with -v)')),
    ('f', 'file', None, _('list the filename')),
    ('d', 'date', None, _('list the date (short with -q)')),
    ('n', 'number', None, _('list the revision number (default)')),
    ('c', 'changeset', None, _('list the changeset')),
    ('l', 'line-number', None, _('show line number at the first appearance'))
    ] + walkopts,
    _('[-r REV] [-f] [-a] [-u] [-d] [-n] [-c] [-l] FILE...'))
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def annotate(ui, repo, *pats, **opts):
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    """show changeset information by line for each file
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    List changes in files, showing the revision id responsible for
    each line
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    This command is useful for discovering when a change was made and
    by whom.
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    Without the -a/--text option, annotate will avoid processing files
    it detects as binary. With -a, annotate will annotate the file
    anyway, although the results will probably be neither useful
    nor desirable.
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    Returns 0 on success.
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    """
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    if opts.get('follow'):
        # --follow is deprecated and now just an alias for -f/--file
        # to mimic the behavior of Mercurial before version 1.5
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        opts['file'] = True
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    datefunc = ui.quiet and util.shortdate or util.datestr
    getdate = util.cachefunc(lambda x: datefunc(x[0].date()))
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    if not pats:
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        raise util.Abort(_('at least one filename or pattern is required'))
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    opmap = [('user', ' ', lambda x: ui.shortuser(x[0].user())),
             ('number', ' ', lambda x: str(x[0].rev())),
             ('changeset', ' ', lambda x: short(x[0].node())),
             ('date', ' ', getdate),
             ('file', ' ', lambda x: x[0].path()),
             ('line_number', ':', lambda x: str(x[1])),
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            ]

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    if (not opts.get('user') and not opts.get('changeset')
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        and not opts.get('date') and not opts.get('file')):
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    linenumber = opts.get('line_number') is not None
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    if linenumber and (not opts.get('changeset')) and (not opts.get('number')):
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        raise util.Abort(_('at least one of -n/-c is required for -l'))

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    funcmap = [(func, sep) for op, sep, func in opmap if opts.get(op)]
    funcmap[0] = (funcmap[0][0], '') # no separator in front of first column
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    def bad(x, y):
        raise util.Abort("%s: %s" % (x, y))

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    ctx = scmutil.revsingle(repo, opts.get('rev'))
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    m = scmutil.match(ctx, pats, opts)
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    m.bad = bad
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    follow = not opts.get('no_follow')
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    for abs in ctx.walk(m):
        fctx = ctx[abs]
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        if not opts.get('text') and util.binary(fctx.data()):
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            ui.write(_("%s: binary file\n") % ((pats and m.rel(abs)) or abs))
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        pieces = []

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        for f, sep in funcmap:
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            l = [f(n) for n, dummy in lines]
            if l:
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                sized = [(x, encoding.colwidth(x)) for x in l]
                ml = max([w for x, w in sized])
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                pieces.append(["%s%s%s" % (sep, ' ' * (ml - w), x)
                               for x, w in sized])
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        if pieces:
            for p, l in zip(zip(*pieces), lines):
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                ui.write("%s: %s" % ("".join(p), l[1]))
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@command('archive',
    [('', 'no-decode', None, _('do not pass files through decoders')),
    ('p', 'prefix', '', _('directory prefix for files in archive'),
     _('PREFIX')),
    ('r', 'rev', '', _('revision to distribute'), _('REV')),
    ('t', 'type', '', _('type of distribution to create'), _('TYPE')),
    ] + subrepoopts + walkopts,
    _('[OPTION]... DEST'))
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def archive(ui, repo, dest, **opts):
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    '''create an unversioned archive of a repository revision
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    By default, the revision used is the parent of the working
    directory; use -r/--rev to specify a different revision.
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    The archive type is automatically detected based on file
    extension (or override using -t/--type).

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    .. container:: verbose

      Examples:

      - create a zip file containing the 1.0 release::

          hg archive -r 1.0 project-1.0.zip

      - create a tarball excluding .hg files::

          hg archive project.tar.gz -X ".hg*"

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    :``files``: a directory full of files (default)
    :``tar``:   tar archive, uncompressed
    :``tbz2``:  tar archive, compressed using bzip2
    :``tgz``:   tar archive, compressed using gzip
    :``uzip``:  zip archive, uncompressed
    :``zip``:   zip archive, compressed using deflate
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    The exact name of the destination archive or directory is given
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    using a format string; see :hg:`help export` for details.
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    Each member added to an archive file has a directory prefix
    prepended. Use -p/--prefix to specify a format string for the
    prefix. The default is the basename of the archive, with suffixes
    removed.
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    Returns 0 on success.
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    '''

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    ctx = scmutil.revsingle(repo, opts.get('rev'))
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    if not ctx:
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        raise util.Abort(_('no working directory: please specify a revision'))
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    node = ctx.node()
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    dest = cmdutil.makefilename(repo, dest, node)
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    if os.path.realpath(dest) == repo.root:
        raise util.Abort(_('repository root cannot be destination'))
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    kind = opts.get('type') or archival.guesskind(dest) or 'files'
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    if dest == '-':
        if kind == 'files':
            raise util.Abort(_('cannot archive plain files to stdout'))
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        dest = cmdutil.makefileobj(repo, dest)
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        if not prefix:
            prefix = os.path.basename(repo.root) + '-%h'
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@command('backout',
    [('', 'merge', None, _('merge with old dirstate parent after backout')),
    ('', 'parent', '', _('parent to choose when backing out merge'), _('REV')),
    ('r', 'rev', '', _('revision to backout'), _('REV')),
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    ] + mergetoolopts + walkopts + commitopts + commitopts2,
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    _('[OPTION]... [-r] REV'))
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def backout(ui, repo, node=None, rev=None, **opts):
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    '''reverse effect of earlier changeset

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    Prepare a new changeset with the effect of REV undone in the
    current working directory.

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    If REV is the parent of the working directory, then this new changeset
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    is committed automatically. Otherwise, hg needs to merge the
    changes and the merged result is left uncommitted.

    By default, the pending changeset will have one parent,
    maintaining a linear history. With --merge, the pending changeset
    will instead have two parents: the old parent of the working
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    Before version 1.7, the behavior without --merge was equivalent to
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    specifying --merge followed by :hg:`update --clean .` to cancel
    the merge and leave the child of REV as a head to be merged
    separately.
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    See :hg:`help dates` for a list of formats valid for -d/--date.
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    Returns 0 on success.
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    '''
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    if rev and node:
        raise util.Abort(_("please specify just one revision"))

    if not rev:
        rev = node
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    if not rev:
        raise util.Abort(_("please specify a revision to backout"))

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    date = opts.get('date')
    if date:
        opts['date'] = util.parsedate(date)

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    cmdutil.bailifchanged(repo)
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    op1, op2 = repo.dirstate.parents()
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    a = repo.changelog.ancestor(op1, node)
    if a != node:
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        raise util.Abort(_('cannot backout change on a different branch'))
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    p1, p2 = repo.changelog.parents(node)
    if p1 == nullid:
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        raise util.Abort(_('cannot backout a change with no parents'))
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    if p2 != nullid:
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        if not opts.get('parent'):
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            raise util.Abort(_('cannot backout a merge changeset without '
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                               '--parent'))
        p = repo.lookup(opts['parent'])
        if p not in (p1, p2):
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            raise util.Abort(_('%s is not a parent of %s') %
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                             (short(p), short(node)))
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        parent = p
    else:
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            raise util.Abort(_('cannot use --parent on non-merge changeset'))
        parent = p1
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    # the backout should appear on the same branch
    branch = repo.dirstate.branch()
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    hg.clean(repo, node, show_stats=False)
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    repo.dirstate.setbranch(branch)
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    revert_opts = opts.copy()
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    revert_opts['date'] = None
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    revert_opts['all'] = True
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    revert_opts['rev'] = hex(parent)
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    revert_opts['no_backup'] = None
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    revert(ui, repo, **revert_opts)
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    if not opts.get('merge') and op1 != node:
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        try:
            ui.setconfig('ui', 'forcemerge', opts.get('tool', ''))
            return hg.update(repo, op1)
        finally:
            ui.setconfig('ui', 'forcemerge', '')
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    commit_opts = opts.copy()
    commit_opts['addremove'] = False
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    if not commit_opts['message'] and not commit_opts['logfile']:
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        # we don't translate commit messages
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        commit_opts['message'] = "Backed out changeset %s" % short(node)
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        commit_opts['force_editor'] = True
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    commit(ui, repo, **commit_opts)
    def nice(node):
        return '%d:%s' % (repo.changelog.rev(node), short(node))
    ui.status(_('changeset %s backs out changeset %s\n') %
              (nice(repo.changelog.tip()), nice(node)))
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    if opts.get('merge') and op1 != node:
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        hg.clean(repo, op1, show_stats=False)
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        ui.status(_('merging with changeset %s\n')
                  % nice(repo.changelog.tip()))
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        try:
            ui.setconfig('ui', 'forcemerge', opts.get('tool', ''))
            return hg.merge(repo, hex(repo.changelog.tip()))
        finally:
            ui.setconfig('ui', 'forcemerge', '')
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    return 0
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@command('bisect',
    [('r', 'reset', False, _('reset bisect state')),
    ('g', 'good', False, _('mark changeset good')),
    ('b', 'bad', False, _('mark changeset bad')),
    ('s', 'skip', False, _('skip testing changeset')),
    ('e', 'extend', False, _('extend the bisect range')),
    ('c', 'command', '', _('use command to check changeset state'), _('CMD')),
    ('U', 'noupdate', False, _('do not update to target'))],
    _("[-gbsr] [-U] [-c CMD] [REV]"))
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def bisect(ui, repo, rev=None, extra=None, command=None,
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               reset=None, good=None, bad=None, skip=None, extend=None,
               noupdate=None):
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    """subdivision search of changesets

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    This command helps to find changesets which introduce problems. To
    use, mark the earliest changeset you know exhibits the problem as
    bad, then mark the latest changeset which is free from the problem
    as good. Bisect will update your working directory to a revision
    for testing (unless the -U/--noupdate option is specified). Once
    you have performed tests, mark the working directory as good or
    bad, and bisect will either update to another candidate changeset
    or announce that it has found the bad revision.

    As a shortcut, you can also use the revision argument to mark a
    revision as good or bad without checking it out first.

    If you supply a command, it will be used for automatic bisection.
    Its exit status will be used to mark revisions as good or bad:
    status 0 means good, 125 means to skip the revision, 127
    (command not found) will abort the bisection, and any other
    non-zero exit status means the revision is bad.
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    .. container:: verbose

      Some examples:

      - start a bisection with known bad revision 12, and good revision 34::

          hg bisect --bad 34
          hg bisect --good 12

      - advance the current bisection by marking current revision as good or
        bad::

          hg bisect --good
          hg bisect --bad

      - mark the current revision, or a known revision, to be skipped (eg. if
        that revision is not usable because of another issue)::

          hg bisect --skip
          hg bisect --skip 23

      - forget the current bisection::

          hg bisect --reset

      - use 'make && make tests' to automatically find the first broken
        revision::

          hg bisect --reset
          hg bisect --bad 34
          hg bisect --good 12
          hg bisect --command 'make && make tests'

      - see all changesets whose states are already known in the current
        bisection::

          hg log -r "bisect(pruned)"

      - see all changesets that took part in the current bisection::

          hg log -r "bisect(range)"

      - with the graphlog extension, you can even get a nice graph::

          hg log --graph -r "bisect(range)"

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    """
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    def extendbisectrange(nodes, good):
        # bisect is incomplete when it ends on a merge node and
        # one of the parent was not checked.
        parents = repo[nodes[0]].parents()
        if len(parents) > 1:
            side = good and state['bad'] or state['good']
            num = len(set(i.node() for i in parents) & set(side))
            if num == 1:
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                return parents[0].ancestor(parents[1])
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        return None

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    def print_result(nodes, good):
        displayer = cmdutil.show_changeset(ui, repo, {})
        if len(nodes) == 1:
            # narrowed it down to a single revision
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            if good:
                ui.write(_("The first good revision is:\n"))
            else:
                ui.write(_("The first bad revision is:\n"))
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            displayer.show(repo[nodes[0]])
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            extendnode = extendbisectrange(nodes, good)
            if extendnode is not None:
                ui.write(_('Not all ancestors of this changeset have been'
                           ' checked.\nUse bisect --extend to continue the '
                           'bisection from\nthe common ancestor, %s.\n')
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                         % extendnode)
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        else:
            # multiple possible revisions
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            if good:
                ui.write(_("Due to skipped revisions, the first "
                        "good revision could be any of:\n"))
            else:
                ui.write(_("Due to skipped revisions, the first "
                        "bad revision could be any of:\n"))
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    def check_state(state, interactive=True):
        if not state['good'] or not state['bad']:
            if (good or bad or skip or reset) and interactive:
                return
            if not state['good']:
                raise util.Abort(_('cannot bisect (no known good revisions)'))
            else:
                raise util.Abort(_('cannot bisect (no known bad revisions)'))
        return True

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    # backward compatibility
    if rev in "good bad reset init".split():
        ui.warn(_("(use of 'hg bisect <cmd>' is deprecated)\n"))
        cmd, rev, extra = rev, extra, None
        if cmd == "good":
            good = True
        elif cmd == "bad":
            bad = True
        else:
            reset = True
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    if reset:
        p = repo.join("bisect.state")
        if os.path.exists(p):
            os.unlink(p)
        return

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    state = hbisect.load_state(repo)

    if command:
        changesets = 1
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        try:
            while changesets:
                # update state
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                status = util.system(command, out=ui.fout)
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                if status == 125:
                    transition = "skip"
                elif status == 0:
                    transition = "good"
                # status < 0 means process was killed
                elif status == 127:
                    raise util.Abort(_("failed to execute %s") % command)
                elif status < 0:
                    raise util.Abort(_("%s killed") % command)
                else:
                    transition = "bad"
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                state[transition].append(ctx.node())
                ui.status(_('Changeset %d:%s: %s\n') % (ctx, ctx, transition))
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                check_state(state, interactive=False)
                # bisect
                nodes, changesets, good = hbisect.bisect(repo.changelog, state)
                # update to next check
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                hg.clean(repo, nodes[0], show_stats=False)
        finally:
            hbisect.save_state(repo, state)
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        print_result(nodes, good)
        return
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    # update state
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    if rev:
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        nodes = [repo.lookup(i) for i in scmutil.revrange(repo, [rev])]
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    else:
        nodes = [repo.lookup('.')]

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    if good or bad or skip:
        if good:
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        elif bad:
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        elif skip:
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    if not check_state(state):
        return
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    # actually bisect
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    if extend:
        if not changesets:
            extendnode = extendbisectrange(nodes, good)
            if extendnode is not None:
                ui.write(_("Extending search to changeset %d:%s\n"
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                    return
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                return hg.clean(repo, extendnode.node())
        raise util.Abort(_("nothing to extend"))

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    else:
        assert len(nodes) == 1 # only a single node can be tested next
        node = nodes[0]
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        # compute the approximate number of remaining tests
        tests, size = 0, 2
        while size <= changesets:
            tests, size = tests + 1, size * 2
        rev = repo.changelog.rev(node)
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                   "(%d changesets remaining, ~%d tests)\n")
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@command('bookmarks',
    [('f', 'force', False, _('force')),
    ('r', 'rev', '', _('revision'), _('REV')),
    ('d', 'delete', False, _('delete a given bookmark')),
    ('m', 'rename', '', _('rename a given bookmark'), _('NAME')),
    ('i', 'inactive', False, _('do not mark a new bookmark active'))],
    _('hg bookmarks [-f] [-d] [-i] [-m NAME] [-r REV] [NAME]'))
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def bookmark(ui, repo, mark=None, rev=None, force=False, delete=False,
             rename=None, inactive=False):
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    '''track a line of development with movable markers

    Bookmarks are pointers to certain commits that move when
    committing. Bookmarks are local. They can be renamed, copied and
    deleted. It is possible to use bookmark names in :hg:`merge` and
    :hg:`update` to merge and update respectively to a given bookmark.

    You can use :hg:`bookmark NAME` to set a bookmark on the working
    directory's parent revision with the given name. If you specify
    a revision using -r REV (where REV may be an existing bookmark),
    the bookmark is assigned to that revision.

    Bookmarks can be pushed and pulled between repositories (see :hg:`help
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    repositories to support bookmarks. For versions prior to 1.8, this means
    the bookmarks extension must be enabled.
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    '''
    hexfn = ui.debugflag and hex or short
    marks = repo._bookmarks
    cur   = repo.changectx('.').node()

    if rename:
        if rename not in marks:
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            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark '%s' already exists "
                               "(use -f to force)") % mark)
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        if mark is None:
            raise util.Abort(_("new bookmark name required"))
        marks[mark] = marks[rename]
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        bookmarks.write(repo)
        return

    if delete:
        if mark is None:
            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark name required"))
        if mark not in marks:
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            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark '%s' does not exist") % mark)
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        if mark == repo._bookmarkcurrent:
            bookmarks.setcurrent(repo, None)
        del marks[mark]
        bookmarks.write(repo)
        return

    if mark is not None:
        if "\n" in mark:
            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark name cannot contain newlines"))
        mark = mark.strip()
        if not mark:
            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark names cannot consist entirely of "
                               "whitespace"))
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        if inactive and mark == repo._bookmarkcurrent:
            bookmarks.setcurrent(repo, None)
            return
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        if mark in marks and not force:
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            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark '%s' already exists "
                               "(use -f to force)") % mark)
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        if ((mark in repo.branchtags() or mark == repo.dirstate.branch())
            and not force):
            raise util.Abort(
                _("a bookmark cannot have the name of an existing branch"))
        if rev:
            marks[mark] = repo.lookup(rev)
        else:
            marks[mark] = repo.changectx('.').node()
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        if not inactive and repo.changectx('.').node() == marks[mark]:
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        bookmarks.write(repo)
        return

    if mark is None:
        if rev:
            raise util.Abort(_("bookmark name required"))
        if len(marks) == 0:
            ui.status(_("no bookmarks set\n"))
        else:
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                if bmark == current and n == cur:
                    prefix, label = '*', 'bookmarks.current'
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                if ui.quiet:
                    ui.write("%s\n" % bmark, label=label)
                else:
                    ui.write(" %s %-25s %d:%s\n" % (
                        prefix, bmark, repo.changelog.rev(n), hexfn(n)),
                        label=label)
        return

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@command('branch',
    [('f', 'force', None,
     _('set branch name even if it shadows an existing branch')),
    ('C', 'clean', None, _('reset branch name to parent branch name'))],
    _('[-fC] [NAME]'))
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def branch(ui, repo, label=None, **opts):
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    """set or show the current branch name

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    With no argument, show the current branch name. With one argument,
    set the working directory branch name (the branch will not exist
    in the repository until the next commit). Standard practice
    recommends that primary development take place on the 'default'
    branch.
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    branch name that already exists, even if it's inactive.
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    Use -C/--clean to reset the working directory branch to that of
    the parent of the working directory, negating a previous branch
    change.
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    Use the command :hg:`update` to switch to an existing branch. Use
    :hg:`commit --close-branch` to mark this branch as closed.
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    .. note::

       Branch names are permanent. Use :hg:`bookmark` to create a
       light-weight bookmark instead. See :hg:`help glossary` for more
       information about named branches and bookmarks.

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    if opts.get('clean'):
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        label = repo[None].p1().branch()
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        repo.dirstate.setbranch(label)
        ui.status(_('reset working directory to branch %s\n') % label)
    elif label:
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        if not opts.get('force') and label in repo.branchtags():
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            if label not in [p.branch() for p in repo.parents()]:
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        repo.dirstate.setbranch(label)
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@command('branches',
    [('a', 'active', False, _('show only branches that have unmerged heads')),
    ('c', 'closed', False, _('show normal and closed branches'))],
    _('[-ac]'))
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def branches(ui, repo, active=False, closed=False):
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    inactive. If -c/--closed is specified, also list branches which have
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    is considered active if it contains repository heads.
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    Returns 0.
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    activebranches = [repo[n].branch() for n in repo.heads()]
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    def testactive(tag, node):
        realhead = tag in activebranches
        open = node in repo.branchheads(tag, closed=False)
        return realhead and open
    branches = sorted([(testactive(tag, node), repo.changelog.rev(node), tag)
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                          for tag, node in repo.branchtags().items()],
                      reverse=True)
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    for isactive, node, tag in branches:
        if (not active) or isactive:
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