Finishing your task
This section is for directly merging your task onto main, without creating a GitHub Pull Request first.
You can skip this section if you've used GitHub Pull Request for your task.
Finishing a task is called "merging a WIP", because it merges the changes you've made into trunk.
Or clicking on MERGE in the UI.
This will create a single git commit, using your WIP's title as the commit message. It will also make sure your WIP is up-to-date (rebased) with all changes from trunk, so that history always stays linear.
You can specify a different commit message like this:
hf merge "this is my commit
It implements my first WIP!"