Mercurial Setup

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Accessing my Mercurial repositories

Note: My projects have been migrated to GitHub now that BitBucket decided to drop support for Mercurial.

For my new projects, I have been using the Mercurial revision control system. This page should give you some pointers on how to set up Mercurial and access the source code I have available.

Mercurial access over the web is the easiest way, and is available at https://bitbucket.org/AdamMil/.

For *nix users, you may have Mercurial installed already, but if not, you can fetch a copy from your distributor or the Mercurial home site. For Windows users, you would probably be interested in TortoiseHg or VisualHG.

For the official Mercurial client, simply type the following:

hg clone https://bitbucket.org/AdamMil/MODULE
where MODULE is the name of the source code module.