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C-x v v does not call hg commit as you'd do from the terminal. Instead it lets you enter a message first, and only then runs hg commit -m MESSAGE with the whole message. Hence, if you'd like to have some message in that buffer, you'd need to implement it yourself. You'd need to define a new major mode vc-hg-log-edit-mode, deriving from log-edit-mode. VC ...


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Not directly an answer to your question, but I would try out editorconfig: https://github.com/editorconfig/editorconfig-emacs#readme This will allow you to add a config file which will set line endings, line length, indent style, and more and have it respected by every editor with a plugin.


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It has noting to do with Emacs which works as a simple text editor in this case. If you want to abort merge, don't edit/save any file. Just abort text editor and hg/git will ask you do you want to abort merge. Say yes. I assume your mercurial setup is same as https://www.mercurial-scm.org/wiki/MergingWithEmacs


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I am not sure whether this is exactly what you ask for, but... M-x monky-log, find appropriate changeset, click Enter (monky is a magit clone, fairly nice, give it a try if you haven't tried it) M-x xhg-log, move to appropriate changeset, and press = (xhg is another sensible mercurial mode for emacs) M-x ahg-diff (will prompt for revisions and display ...


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