When you check in your pending changes, a changeset is created that stores information about file and folder revisions, links to related work items, check-in notes, a comment, policy compliance, and system metadata such as owner name and date/time of check in.
One of the ways in which you can retrieve a specific version of files is by retrieving the version that was submitted in a specific changeset.
The default TFS build template has a great feature where you can include in the build summary a list of changesets and work items that relate to the build.
This is very useful, but under certain circumstances the list gets longer and longer – the build process correctly associates new changes with the build, but does it cumulatively – associating the same changes and work items with many successive builds.
There is a list of magic numbers in PC/launcher.c for mapping magic number to Python version. Proposed patch updates the list (by values taken from Lib/importlib/_bootstrap_external.py).
For Perforce, Review Board stores changeset numbers of a posted change and can use these to associate particular changes with review requests.
https://hg.python.org/cpython/rev/d921932fe02f New changeset 0fe913de4702 by Steve Dower in branch 'default': Issue #26073: Updates magic number comment in _bootstrap_and changes numbers in to decimal to match official table.
Plastic SCM is a visual version control system, but it is also meant to be used from the command line. Then I can checkin my change easily: cm ci --all The selected items are about to be checked in. Assembling checkin data Validating checkin data Uploading file data Uploaded 0 bytes of 2.77 KB (0%) Confirming checkin operation Modified c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\code\client Modified c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\code\botlib Modified and moved from c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\code\client\File to c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\code\botlib\File Created changeset cs:[email protected]:/main/[email protected]@localhost:6060 (mount:'/') Note: Please note that I followed a very simple workflow: I just edited the file and then run a checkin. Downloading block of 8 files (26.57 KB) Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\code\client\File Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\alpha\osf\tst\Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\alpha\osf\tst\spill.2bk Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\alpha\osf\tst\Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\alpha\osf\tst\stdarg.1bk Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\alpha\osf\tst\stdarg.2bk Copied c:\Users\pablo\wkspaces\quake_path\q3radiant\alpha\osf\tst\cm merge main/fix-1342 The file /q3radiant/Bmp.cpp#cs:577 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /q3radiant/alpha/osf/tst/sort.sbk#cs:576 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /q3radiant/alpha/osf/tst/spill.2bk#cs:576 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /q3radiant/alpha/osf/tst/spill.sbk#cs:576 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /q3radiant/alpha/osf/tst/stdarg.1bk#cs:576 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /q3radiant/alpha/osf/tst/stdarg.2bk#cs:576 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /q3radiant/alpha/osf/tst/stdarg.sbk#cs:576 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The file /code/botlib/File System.cs#cs:575 was modified on source and will replace the destination version The item /common/aselib.c has been moved to /q3asm/aselib.c on source and will be moved as result of the merge The item /code/client/File has been moved to /code/botlib/File on source and will be moved as result of the merge Merge without any modifier just prints a preview of what's going to be merged so it is very useful to understand what is going to happen.
In many cases they work with the service teams to ensure that their APIs and success signals are properly tuned for use with Cloud Formation.
rbt post simplifies both creating and updating review requests.
To post a review request for a specific change, or to update an existing review request for that change, type: refers to a shelved changeset which does not have opened files in the client, any moved files within the change will be shown as a deleted file and an added file.
You use a Team Foundation version control changeset to store and find information about a single check-in operation.
It can look at your source directory, generate a diff, and upload it to a new or existing review request on an associated Review Board server.
This saves a lot of time over the web UI, and for some types of code repositories (such as Perforce), it’s actually required in order to produce a compatible diff.
Please review the pending changes and retry the operation again.
AWS Cloud Formation lets you create, manage, and update a collection of AWS resources (a “stack”) in a controlled, predictable manner.