Simple website for hosting mercurial repositories.
matthew at matthewmarshall.org
Tue Mar 11 23:12:29 CDT 2008
On Monday 10 March 2008 23:18:26 Jesse Glick wrote:
> Any plans for HTTPS support? (Both for hg push, and for admin tasks on
> the website.)
If the site gets used much, yes. It would only take few minutes to add, but
would cost $45/year for a unique IP. (So far my only monetary investment is
the domain name. Yeah... I'm a little cheap.)
> Server-side clone and strip would be great. For clone, I think it is
> important to support -r, so that you can make a branch from a specific
> point (though you could also use strip for this if it were available).
> Otherwise you would be forced to create a fresh repo and push to it,
> which could be slow if the repo is very big.
Both are on my todo list :)
> Another feature of obvious general interest would be mail notification
> (pretxnchangegroup perhaps).
I thought about this, but I figured people are moving to syndication feeds for
notification instead of emails. Maybe not? (It wouldn't take much to add.)
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