Pushing to remote repository

Maarten B. laboratoriumratje at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 8 14:48:32 CDT 2011


Sorry, did not add the mercurial mailinglist:

I've managed to get SSL working, but how am i going to handle the certificates? Any tutorial somewhere on the web? And what about mercurialeclipse? I really want to use that because there are going to be users who do not have much understanding about commandlines and stuff.

maarten



Subject: Re: Pushing to remote repository
From: kbullock+mercurial at ringworld.org
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2011 10:19:22 -0500
CC: mercurial at selenic.com
To: laboratoriumratje at hotmail.com



On Jun 8, 2011, at 4:36 AM, Maarten B. wrote:Dear Mercurial Users

I've managed to succesfully clone remote repositories through HTTP. The Repositories are on a Windows Server 2003 server running Apache (IIS6 just did not do it for me). But I am not able to push through HTTP to that server. Something like "cannot lock into static-http" or something. Some people say this just is not possible. But I noticed some who used hgrc configuration files adding the line "push_ssl = false". I now use this hgrc configfile, placed it in the root of both repositories (local and remote), but it does not work.

And it's a really bad idea to allow pushing code over an unencrypted connection anyway. You're better advised to get SSL working.

pacem in terris / mir / shanti / salaam / heiwa
Kevin R. Bullock




 		 	   		  
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