Tag Archives: mercurial

Gitifyhg is now awesome.

Gitifyhg is a git client for pushing to and pulling from Mercurial repositories. I described the first implementation, which used hg-git internally, last month. However, I found that it didn’t work as well in practice as my initial tests had indicated, and I morosely reverted to using hg directly. While researching ways to improve the… Read More »

Learning hg as a git user

As my friend, Jason Chu recently noted, I am primarily a git user who has discovered a need to understand and use Mercurial. I am trying to refrain from judgment on Mercurial, as I’m easily bored by bikeshed discussions and holy wars. I have a pragmatic “use what you like and let me use what… Read More »