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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Free mercurial hosting for open/private projects

Today Assembla launched new tool: Trac&Mercurial. Every developer can create a mercurial repository for development with few clicks.

1. Login/register to Assembla.
2. Open mercurial catalog page and click "Select this" button to create a space from template with trac/mercurial and other tools.
3. You can browse your trac at http://trac-hg.assembla.com/url_name and clone/push your mercurial repository at http://hg.assembla.com/url_name

Update: below video is old, but can be used.
You can watch this video about my experience setting mercurial at assembla.

About mercurial:
Mercurial is a new open source version control system based on the distributed model. In Mercurial, as in Subversion or CVS, developers work on a local working directory. However, unlike centralized solutions, Mercurial also stores a copy of the entire project history on each developer's machine. In this way, developers can work in parallel, even without a network connection.

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2 Comments:

At 7:04 PM, Blogger Ĺšwistak said...

How to set up multiple repositories? Like: 1.0, 1.1, development

 
At 11:48 AM, Blogger VitalieL said...

Use can use remote branches, as it is used with git repository.

 

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