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Prune a Mercurial branch

The manual is perfect for that… http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/PruningDeadBranches

All you have to do is:

hg heads

Identify the branch you want to close (get the revision number, let’s say 951)

hg update -C 951

hg commit –close-branch -m “This version never worked”

hg update -C default


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