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What are some good Mercurial GUI clients for OS X?


What are some good Mercurial GUI clients for OS X?

By : Abhishek sharma
Date : January 10 2021, 01:47 PM
This might help you Sourcetree has a good clean GUI and supports Mercurial and Git and it's free.
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What are some GUI clients available for Mercurial?

What are some GUI clients available for Mercurial?


By : Marwan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Tortoise HG. All the tortoise goodness, now for Mercurial.
Are there any good graphical Git and Hg/Mercurial clients on Mac OS X?

Are there any good graphical Git and Hg/Mercurial clients on Mac OS X?


By : Robson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out I just thought I'd mention that SourceTree is a Mac OS X client for both Mercurial and Git, in one tool. I wasn't sure if you were looking for that, or just mentioned both because you hadn't decided which to use yet; personally as an open source developer / user, having both available in one tool is very useful to me (that's why I wrote it :))
Mercurial clients and GitLab?

Mercurial clients and GitLab?


By : susmyb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times One (commercial) solution (developed by the same company behind Stack Exchange) is Kiln, which can managed a repo with Git or mercurial.
See kiln Harmony.
What's a good troubleshooting path for this? Two RDS instances in 1 security group, 3 clients, and 2 clients cannot conn

What's a good troubleshooting path for this? Two RDS instances in 1 security group, 3 clients, and 2 clients cannot conn


By : Albert Michell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further As you note in a comment, the clients that cannot connect are resolving the DNS name of the RDS box to its public IP. This means that when they attempt to connect, the connection goes out to the big bad Internet, which in turn means the RDS box sees a connection from a fairly arbitrary IP address and (correctly) rejects it.
In the short term, you can "fix" this by using the private IP address of the RDS box, but I don't believe AWS make any long-term guarantees of the stability of those addresses - although they certainly don't change very often. The real fix is of course to fix your DNS do that all the clients are getting the internal IP address of the RDS box; the first place to look there is to check which nameservers each client is using.
How can I enforce Mercurial clients to use a specific version of Mercurial?

How can I enforce Mercurial clients to use a specific version of Mercurial?


By : k.malekb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Do you have strong reasons for wanting to enforce this? Mercurial has internal mechanisms that take care of version features themselves: If you create a repository with 1.8.3 that uses features not yet present in, say, 1.6, then an 1.6 client will refuse to interact with such a repository. In other words, mercurial itself denies access, but not based on version number, but based on actual features. This way, if a new release doesn't break compatibility either way, you can use both versions alongside each other without problems.
Internally, this works because mercurial adds a list of required features to the repository's metainformation, and checks this list before attempting to do anything with it. If the list contains a feature mercurial doesn't know about (yet), it concludes that it cannot meaningfully interact with it and refuses to cooperate.
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