The toolbar buttons equate to a Mercurial command
- hg update –clean - performs a clean checkout of the
current (first) working directory parent revision. Undoes an
aborted or partially completed merge. This will destroy all
changes, please use carefully. You should shelve any changes you
wish to keep before using this command.
- hg rollback - undo operation for the most recent
repository transaction, which is usually a commit or a pull. There
is no way to know for certain what operation will be rolled back, so
only use this in situations where you know what the last transaction
- hg recover - recover from a badly aborted transaction.
This is rarely necessary, and Mercurial will inform you if it ever
needs to be performed.
- hg verify - perform a consistency check of the contents of your
repository. Completely safe.