Using mercurial on sourceforge
pwil3058 at bigpond.net.au
Sat Feb 24 20:55:27 CST 2007
Peter Williams wrote:
> 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
>> 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
> We're required by sourceforge to have their logo on all web pages served
> from their site. This isn't the case for the pages generated by hgweb.
> Is there an easy way to change this?
Problem solved. I added a logo to the header and footer templates. It
would be nice if it could have been done via the configuration file.
Peter Williams pwil3058 at bigpond.net.au
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