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little changes in Mercurial

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When I'm coding, I make lots of little changes in Mercurial that I don't need all the public to see. Is there an easy way to hide these or get rid of them when you push a project into the open source world?

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From what I can understand from my little use of Mercurial at home. Only commit the small changes while you're working on them, that only works on your local copy. When you're ready to actually add those changes for everyone else to get that is when you do a push.

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I think the rebase extension is what you are looking for. http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/RebaseExtension. All local commits are included when you push to a repository.

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