Thanks. Didn't realize that. How does one tell what is the 'top-level' way to do things? The documentation is somewhat sparse, to say the least.
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 6:10 PM, Pierre-Yves David < pierre-yves.da...@ens-lyon.org> wrote: > > > On 10/13/2016 09:44 PM, Peter Kronenberg wrote: > >> I have a server running 2.2.1 and I can't figure out the arguments for >> the result of revset.match >> >> In my 3.9.2 code, I have >> >> revsetQuery = ' ***query goes here*** ' >> revsetResult = revset.match(ui, revsetQuery) >> > > Any reasons you are using revset.match directly? > > The top level way to query a reset from a repository is > `repo.set(your_query_goes_here)`. > > Now, I want to reference revsetResult(repo) or revsetResult(repo. None), >> both of which work in 3.9.2 >> >> But 2.2.1 doesn't like the second argument. It's supposed to be a >> subset, but not sure what to put if I don't want to specify a subset. >> > > -- > Pierre-Yves David >
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