[MonoDevelop] Mercurial support
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Sun Oct 9 10:21:54 EDT 2011
I use Java/Eclipse at work and got quite used to HgEclipse and its
integration. At home I'm a Mono guy and use Mercurial from the
command-line (plus Meld and HGView). I don't see the point in bloating
my file browser with TortoiseHg for Nautilus.
I'd like to see integration as well, but I've got other projects that
take my time so I'd be limited to testing. There are libraries for
Mercurial in .Net, but I think they're wrappers around the binary. IIRC
from the bit of investigation I did into it, that's how the Mercurial
team prefer it, and they intentionally make all of their code parsable.
Lluis' first Git bindings wrapped the Git binaries, so perhaps that
would be a useful base, if you can dig them out of the VCS history?
On 09/10/11 06:35, Joe Dluzen wrote:
> Would be nice of course, but TortoiseHg is so good, I just use that on
> Linux and Windows, even when there's Visual Studio integration
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>> Date: Sat, 8 Oct 2011 13:40:50 -0400
>> From: "Vladimir Giszpenc"<vgiszpenc at dsci.com>
>> Subject: [MonoDevelop] Mercurial support
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>> Hi Lluis,
>> Is Mercurial support still planned for a particular version?
>> Is someone working on it?
>> I think if no one else is working on it, I might give it a shot. I was
>> planning on doing something on top of the command line first (and possibly
>> stopping there).
>> Is that too objectionable since a fully .net solution is preferred?
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