This will give us a safer and more general rollback mechanism. Rollback only rolls back one level, strip will rollabck
to which ever rev you specify and backup the rolled back changes to a bundle file for you, so you can always undo it.
This is not possible with rollback.
hg strip [-f] [-b] [-n] REV
strip a revision and all later revs on the same branch
We should prompt user with list of changesets to be stripped before we do, as it will remove the specified rev and all
hg log -r <rev>:tip
Can run hg --config extensions.mq= strip ... for the strip command without having to modify the users ~/.hgrc file.
Strip has been added but Rollback has been retained.