bzr heads: how to kill uncommited revisions?
mbp at canonical.com
Mon Jul 31 02:44:58 BST 2006
On 30 Jul 2006, John Arbash Meinel <john at arbash-meinel.com> wrote:
> How dead do you need them to be? The easiest way to do it, is to just
> re-branch all of your stuff into a new location. The branch (and push
> and pull) code only copy across referenced entries. And in the new
> location, everything will be truly cleaned out.
> If you want to clean things up in place, and you need the contents of
> all of the texts that made up that revision be removed from all knits,
> it is kind of tricky. I can outline the process if you really want to do
> it, though.
I think the first of these (copy out the bits you want) is the only one
we should really be recommending to users or intending to support in the
future. (Of course Alexander is more than a user so I don't mind John
telling, but I wouldn't want people in general changing their index
Possibly we should add some command to vacuum out unused revisions, but
that should be built up on proper apis. Perhaps the best way is to do a
plugin to branch a repository, copying everything used by every branch
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