repo 1.6.6
Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux)

Change repo sync to be more friendly when updating the tree

We now try to sync all projects that can be done safely first, before
we start rebasing user commits over the upstream.  This has the nice
effect of making the local tree as close to the upstream as possible
before the user has to start resolving merge conflicts, as that extra
information in other projects may aid in the conflict resolution.

Informational output is buffered and delayed until calculation for
all projects has been done, so that the user gets one concise list
of notice messages, rather than it interrupting the progress meter.

Fast-forward output is now prefixed with the project header, so the
user can see which project that update is taking place in, and make
some relation of the diffstat back to the project name.

Rebase output is now prefixed with the project header, so that if
the rebase fails, the user can see which project we were operating
on and can try to address the failure themselves.

Since rebase sits on a detached HEAD, we now look for an in-progress
rebase during sync, so we can alert the user that the given project
is in a state we cannot handle.

Signed-off-by: Shawn O. Pearce <>
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