Applying and using patch diff in mercurial


Applying/Commiting mercurial patches

You want to apply the changes you have to a repository or another branch
So, basically you want to apply the patch

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Here are step by step procedures

Create the patch first. Being on your current repository do:

hg diff > mychanges.diff

BTW, you can achieve this though hg export also.

– Clone a new repository or move to the repo you want to apply the patch.

– move to your repository and apply the patch

hg import mychanges.diff

Using the above, you can apply the patch to mercurial and also see the applied path to the repository.

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