Using mercurial on sourceforge

Peter Williams 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
>> from:
>>
>> <http://dev.kublai.com/fc2-hg-0.9.3.tar.gz>
>>
>> as instructed at:
>>
>> <http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/wiki/index.cgi/MercurialOnSourcefor
>> ge>
>>
>> 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.

URL: <http://gquilt.sourceforge.net/hg/gquilt/>

The sources in hg repository contain changes to enable splitting of 
unapplied patches into a number of smaller patches.

Peter
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Peter Williams                                   pwil3058 at bigpond.net.au

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