.hgignore should not affect files that you have explicitly tracked (e.g.
with `hg add job_conf.xml`) - if the file is tracked, Mercurial will
attempt to update and patch the working copy if there are upstream changes.
Also, it looks like your current tip includes neither .hgignore or
Your tip is also on the stable branch - do you mean to be working in two
On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 6:31 PM, Ganote, Carrie L <cgan...@iu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Galaxy devs,
> I had an issue recently where I must have messed up my .hgignore file or
> done something terrible to my repository.
> I created a bitbucket and pushed my instance to it. I then pulled that
> onto my laptop and hooked it all up with Eclipse. After I was happy with my
> code, I pushed to bb and tried to pull to my instance, but the job_conf.xml
> file was overwritten. I had all of my tools set up there for the instance;
> on my laptop I had removed all that because it didn't apply. Would it have
> messed up if I deleted the file on my laptop and replaced it with a copy of
> job_conf.xml.simple? I took the .simple out of course and altered it to
> just what I needed.
> This is cross-posted with Stack Overflow:
> Here is my repo:
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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