A programming weblog by Hao Lian. • A long walk through an angry forest. • A series of memory leaks brought on by senility.

Sometimes, you don’t remember to hg mv or hg rename. It slips your mind. And why should you? You’re saving the world … with code.

Sometimes, you can’t. A big strong IDE (Visual C#) takes over renames and moves because every file is referenced by an XML file, somewhere.

And, for those situations, you have hg addremove -s 82. Quoth the docs,

[(January 19, 2009) .]