Using mercurial on sourceforge
pwil3058 at bigpond.net.au
Sat Feb 24 00:32:50 CST 2007
Steve Borho wrote:
> On Friday 09 February 2007 9:49:49 pm Peter Williams wrote:
>> I've been trying (without success) to download hg for Fedora Core 2
>> as instructed at:
>> without success. Is this package available elsewhere?
> For what it's worth, I was able to replicate this setup over the
> weekend. The Wiki page has a couple of typos; there's two places where
> it references /home/groups/m/mu/mutt/lib/fc2-hg-0.9.3 instead
> of /home/groups/m/mu/mutt/lib/hg-0.9.3.
> I just copied the contents of hg-0.9.3 into my project directory and was
> able to follow the rest of the instructions to get a successful
> install: http://qct.sourceforge.net/hg/qct
Now that sourceforge's shell server is back on line I've been able to
install the Mercurial repository for gquilt on sourceforge.
The sources in hg repository contain changes to enable splitting of
unapplied patches into a number of smaller patches.
Peter Williams pwil3058 at bigpond.net.au
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