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hg access control to central repository

By : nitsuj27
Date : November 22 2020, 07:01 PM
This might help you HenriW's comment asking how you are serving up the repositories is exactly the right question. How you set up authentication depends entirely on how you're serving your repo (HTTP via Apache, HTTP via hg-serve,, ssh, etc.). The transport mechanism provides the authentication and then mercurial uses that with the commands from Mr. Cat's link (useless in and of themselves) to handle access control.
Since you didn't mention how you're serving the repo, it was probably someting easy to set up (you'd have remembered to mention the hassle fo an apache or ssh setup :). So I'll ugess those two:
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How to best configure a central repository/multiple central repositories for Mercurial?

How to best configure a central repository/multiple central repositories for Mercurial?


By : Sanjoy Kumar Malik
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Mercurial supports "central repositories" just fine, but it does them by convention rather than fiat.
You need run only a single server to run all sixty repositories, and you wouldn't use hg serve for it. Instead you pick one of the production-quality methods from among the publishing options. Likely you'll run hgwebdir behind Apache, Nginx, or IIS depending on your preferences.
Mercurial: Two Windows developers, central repository on my PC. Should I work in the central repository or clone from it

Mercurial: Two Windows developers, central repository on my PC. Should I work in the central repository or clone from it


By : zndream17
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. I would work on a clone of the repository, especially if you are working with multiple developers. In my typical workflow I will make frequent check-ins when I reach a certain point and want to pull down new changes from other developers then once I get to a good state for sharing I push to the central repository.
You may want to also check out using hg serve for sharing instead of using a fileshare as it may work more reliably for you.
Creating central repository in Git from existing local repository (in Windows)

Creating central repository in Git from existing local repository (in Windows)


By : wakanasakai
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue It sounds like your paths aren't valid. Delete the bare repository and try this from your local repository working folder:
code :
git init --bare //UNC/Path/to/Central.git
git remote add Central //UNC/Path/to/Central.git
git push --all Central
Is it possible or recommended to make the central repository as bare repository when git-flow initiated

Is it possible or recommended to make the central repository as bare repository when git-flow initiated


By : user2983386
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Restricting local Nexus repository to access Central

Restricting local Nexus repository to access Central


By : Rusmir
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Looks like you could use one of the features of Nexus Professional:
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