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Fri Jan 30 11:17:58 CET 2009
Mac users may want to try this user interface to mercurial. It makes
it easy to do the most common tasks, including fetch, push, commit and
also to display differences. It is less good at showing differences
between your copy of a file and the remote copy.
MacMercurial is a graphic user interface wrapper for the Mercurial
version control system. It is not intended to completely replace
command line use of Mercurial, only to ease the most common Mercurial
operations. It requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
MacMercurial is copyrighted freeware (© 2008 James W. Walker). It may
not be sold or offered for sale, or included with another software
product offered for sale, except with the express written permission
of the author. It may be redistributed, so long as it remains
unchanged. James W. Walker makes no warranty as to merchantability,
fitness for a purpose, yada yada yada, and accepts no liability for
Version 1.1 adds a Fetch From submenu and an Open .hgignore of
Repository menu item. It also renames the menu items for opening hgrc
files, and behaves more sensibly when the path to Mercurial is
Version 1.2 adds an option to warn when you add files with non-
portable names, and adds a Check for Updates feature using Sparkle.
Version 1.3 changes:
Optionally, when MacMercurial starts up, it reopens documents that
were open when it last quit.
One can do diffs of two revisions of a file or repository by selecting
two revisions in a log list and then invoking Differences.
There is a new menu command to revert a file to a selected revision.
The log window will now use the "medium" date and time formats
specified in the International preferences panel.
It is easier to use FileMerge as a diff tool.
A crashing bug in Save File Revision As has been fixed.
It is no longer necessary to have the fetch and extdiff extensions
enabled in your .hgrc file.
I have abandoned attempts to be compatible with Panther (OS 10.3.x).
Version 1.3.1 changes:
At least under Leopard, MacMercurial should be compatible with a
nonempty ssh pass phrase.
The Delete Unknown Files command now moves files to the Trash rather
than immediately deleting them.
MacMercurial.dmg, version 1.3.1, 828KB.
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