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  1. Hi Plastic Community, I'm new to PlasticSCM, but well-versed in other DVCS tools (e.g., Git, Mercurial, Bazaar). One of the features I really like in those tools is an ability -- indeed an active choice -- to ignore the network unless absolutely necessary. From simple actions, like making a commit and creating a branch, to slightly more esoteric actions like viewing the log or generating arbitrary patches, the DVCS tools to which I'm accustomed do not require network access unless actively sharing code (pushing or pulling). This has huge benefits in terms of speed, but more importantly, allows me to work when, for whatever reason (vacation, coffee shop, restricted ports network), I do not have network access. Does PlasticSCM have this ability? Is it a configuration issue, or perhaps some version of caching I need to implement? Currently, I'm noting that these behaviors seem to require access to our main server (I presume to check the license). Since we currently have a server issue, this is preventing me from making timely commits, and I'd like to work around my administrator's apparent time constraints. Thanks, Kevin
  2. I have set up mercurial to use SemanticMerge for my diff and merge tool as per the instructions here: http://www.semanticmerge.com/documents/SemanticMerge-Mercurial.pdf . I can merge files ok but if I try and "diff to parent" for a class (from TortoiseHg workbench) a SemanticMerge menu appears displaying merge and diff options. Using Process Explorer shows that no arguments were passed to SemanticMerge when it started. I have consulted the documentation for extdiff here http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/ExtdiffExtension and I cannot see how SemanticMerge should be setup in the mercurial.ini. I am using TortoiseHg 2.8.2, Mercurial 2.6.3 and SemanticMerge 0.9.34
  3. Hello there I've followed the instructions in the below document but I can't merge with Semantic Merge via Tortoise hg GUI. The instructions doesn't seem correct. It works via command line though. Any input for me? http://www.semanticmerge.com/documents/SemanticMerge-Mercurial.pdf Best regards
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