I am pretty sure I am getting dumber as I age.
I am somewhat new to bit bucket and have been using Hg for a year or so. Last month, I created a bit-bucket fork (from default) to work on my own repo. That worked fine until my co-workers started creating other branches and I couldn't see those branches in my local Hg.
I learned that I should have forked from the default-tip and then I'd see all of the branches. So I deleted my repo, forked from the tip and everything was great. I could see and 'update-to' any branch.
My problem (now) is that whehenver the latest patches are approved and merged into the default branch, I never get the 'synch' button and I can't see them in my local Hg client.
Am I completely missing something? This seems like it should be so easy.
Michael: Here's some information I found about syncing your fork in Bitbucket.
This blog post also talks about forking and sync.
How can I auto Synch main repository to Fork repository in Bitbucket server .I mean to say If another user has commited changes to main repository then that changes to be synch with my fork repository.
Please let me know how can I do it.
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