example usage of Subrepos with RhodeCode:
## init a simple repo hg init repo1 cd repo1 echo "file1" > file1 hg add file1 hg ci --message "initial file 1" #clone subrepo we want to add hg clone http://rc.local/subrepo ## use path like url to existing repo in RhodeCode echo "subrepo = http://rc.local/subrepo" > .hgsub hg add .hgsub hg ci --message "added remote subrepo"
In file list of repo1 you will see a connected subrepo at revision it was during cloning. Clicking in subrepos link should send you to proper repository in RhodeCode
cloning repo1 will also clone attached subrepository.
Next we can edit the subrepo data, and push back to RhodeCode. This will update both of repositories.
see http://mercurial.aragost.com/kick-start/en/subrepositories/ for more information about subrepositories