Mercurial 2.9

A fast, distributed, Open Source and lightweight Source Control Management system
Mercurial is an open source, free, lightweight, fast, and distributed Source Control Management (SCM) system specifically designed to efficiently support handling of very large distributed projects.

Mercurial offers an easy-to-use and intuitive interface, and it is currently used by a wide range of projects that require reliable, distributed and fast revision control, such as OpenSolaris, MoinMoin, or Xen.

Mercurial is also very easy to learn, and it just works. Two quick start tutorials about how to clone a project and push changes, as well as to create a project and commit, are provided on the project’s homepage.

last updated on:
February 3rd, 2014, 10:37 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Matt Mackall
homepage:
selenic.com
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Programming \ Version Control

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Mercurial - The list of commands provided by the Mercurial VCSMercurial - The commands provided by the hg commandMercurial - Some of the Mercurial commands, as viewed from the Linux Terminal
What's New in This Release:
  • aliases: make "_checkshellalias()" invoke "findcmd()" with "strict=True"
  • backout: add a message after backout that need manual commit
  • backout: avoid update on simple case
  • bash_completion: add completion for deleting a shelve
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