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tortoisehg: untie from mercurial and update to 5.0.2 (#66173)
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nixos elasticsearch: add example on how to use plugins (#55115) 2 years ago
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Nixpkgs is a collection of packages for the Nix package manager. It is periodically built and tested by the Hydra build daemon as so-called channels. To get channel information via git, add nixpkgs-channels as a remote:

% git remote add channels

For stability and maximum binary package support, it is recommended to maintain custom changes on top of one of the channels, e.g. nixos-19.03 for the latest release and nixos-unstable for the latest successful build of master:

% git remote update channels
% git rebase channels/nixos-19.03

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