Which is the most useful Mercurial hook for programming in a loosely connected team?

I recently discovered the notify extension in Mercurial which allows me quickly send out emails whenever I push changes, but I'm pretty sure I'm still missing out on a lot of functionality which could make my life a lot easier.

Which Mercurial hook or combination of interoperating hooks is the most useful for working in a loosely connected team?

Please add links to non-standard parts you use and/or add the hook (or a description how to set it up), so others can easily use it.


Asked by: Melissa998 | Posted: 06-10-2021






Answer 1

I really enjoy what I did with my custom hook. I have it post a message to my campfire account (campfire is a group based app). It worked out really well. Because I had my clients in there and it could show him my progress.

Answered by: Cadie361 | Posted: 07-11-2021



Answer 2

Take a look at the hgweb stuff. You can set up RSS feeds and see all the revisions, et cetera.

Answered by: Hailey311 | Posted: 07-11-2021



Answer 3

I've written a small set of minor hooks which might be interesting: http://fellowiki.org/hg/support/quecksilber/file/

Anyway, these are the hooks most useful to me ;-)

Answered by: Melissa687 | Posted: 07-11-2021



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