[ANN] Mercurial Idea plugin Version 0.10 available Follow
The first public version of a VCS plugin for Mercurial is available for IDEA EAP builds greater than 7065. It is not available through the plugin manager, but can be downloaded from http://code.google.com/p/mercurialidea/. Please read the information on the site.
This version should be considered as an alpha release. Feedback would be welcome.
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Just curious, is there something like JavaMercurial (== a 100% Java-based
implementation) available or in progress?
No, there is not as far as I know.
Gary Evesson wrote:
I did see talk of getting it to run under Jython thou...
Whenever I do a diff etc. I get "ERROR: hg not found" under OS/X:
perelandra:~ amrk$ which hg
Where is the plugin looking for hg?
Also, when I try to commit I always get told theres no changes, I
suspect this is related to the above problem as well..
mark (this is using build 12)
Gary Evesson wrote:
The plugin looks on the default path. Failing that you can set the path to hg by going to:
Settings -> Version Control -> Configure VCS
I tried it on the OpenJDK project (And that's a big heavy one), and for the moment it gives exactly what I need (Track changes). I'll test it more.
This plugin is highly requested (85 votes) on http://plugins.intellij.net/wishlist/item/?wid=44 so a lot of expectations ;)
- Is there a confluence/wiki page where we can add documentation and help?
- Is there a Jira project for requests/bugs?
If not where it should be added?
I have set up the project at Google Code. You can find bug tracking and the like there:
There is a wiki there which at this stage is (unfortunately) empty.
Having a "real" job means that the time that I can dedicate to the plugin is restricted to what I can justify for the needs of the "real" job so development work is a bit patchy at the moment.
The source is available under the Apache 2.0 license. There is plenty that can be done - contributions would be very welcome.
Found my own answer:
And the wiki page is empty there.
But I was expecting this here on ITN, no?