Diff for /wikisrc/users/dholland/hgnb.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.5

version 1.1, 2014/12/14 02:51:25 version 1.5, 2014/12/14 02:59:39
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 Therefore, the basic usage is almost entirely unchanged:  Therefore, the basic usage is almost entirely unchanged:
   
         CVS                     Mercurial   CVS                            Mercurial
   
         cvs checkout            hg clone   cvs checkout                   hg clone
         cvs update -dP          hg pull && hg update   cvs update -dP                 hg pull && hg update
         cvs -n update           hg status   cvs -n update                  hg status
         cvs log file            hg log file  [or just hg log]   cvs log file                   hg log file  [or just hg log]
         cvs update -p file      hg cat file  
         cvs annotate            hg annotate   cvs update -p file             hg cat file
         cvs diff -u             hg diff   cvs annotate                   hg annotate
         cvs add                 hg add   cvs diff -u                    hg diff
         cvs rm                  hg rm   cvs add                        hg add
         [no can do]             hg cp   cvs rm                         hg rm
         [no can do]             hg mv   [no can do]                    hg cp
         cvs commit              hg commit && hg push   [no can do]                    hg mv
         cvs tag                 hg tag   cvs commit                     hg commit && hg push
    cvs tag                        hg tag
   
 You will notice that CVS's update and commit have been divided into  You will notice that CVS's update and commit have been divided into
 two now-separable actions: in Mercurial, pull fetches changes from a  two now-separable actions: in Mercurial, pull fetches changes from a

Removed from v.1.1  
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  Added in v.1.5


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