Currently, the Atom feed for commits only contains the last 20 items. That's not enough if you want to track all commits. It seems Zimbra RSS to mail feature only fetch this twice a day. Server side tools like Google Reader seems to drop some commits. And for manual tools, you need to set the refresh very often and be online. I propose that this feed provides something like 3 days of backlog so that you can be offline for a week end and not miss a thing.
This is built-in to hgweb, I'm not sure we can customize it without locally patching hg (which we don't want to do). djc might know, though.
Was just looking. There's a web.maxchanges setting that can go in any hgrc. Newer hg versions also have a revcount option that can go in the query string, but not sure if that's in the version that's running on hg.m.o.
Seems fine to me: http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/log?revcount=50 or: http://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/atom-log?revcount=50
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
FWIW, I don't think bumping up the default is a good idea, since that means extra server load for everyone loading the page. If you want to use it in a feed reader you can manually add the revcount.
Thanks, didn't know about this option.
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