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Removed the github mirror: git was causing too much hassle.

I had originally planned to maintain the mirror on github for as long as
possible, but github is refusing to let me push the latest changes.
I've spent several hours trying to fix this, but have given up. I moved
to Mercurial after losing a lot of code in git (even being the only
person using the repository) and after fighting it for several months
and having repeated problems I moved the core repository over to
Mercurial; I'm now making that the only supported VCS.

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   [http://www.cgtk.co.uk/taghighlight/install][InstallGuide]
 
-The source is managed in Mercurial and is available on [bitbucket][Bitbucket].  It is also mirrored on [github][Github].
+The source is managed in Mercurial and is available on [bitbucket][Bitbucket].
 
 Detailed documentation can be found in [doc/TagHighlight.txt][Documentation].
 
 [Website]: http://www.cgtk.co.uk/taghighlight
 [InstallGuide]: http://www.cgtk.co.uk/taghighlight/install
 [Bitbucket]: https://bitbucket.org/abudden/taghighlight
-[Github]: https://github.com/abudden/TagHighlight
 [Documentation]: https://bitbucket.org/abudden/taghighlight/src/default/doc/TagHighlight.txt

dist/vcs_publish.sh

 
 BBUSER=abudden
 BBPROJ=taghighlight
-GHUSER=abudden
-GHPROJ=TagHighlight
 
 BITBUCKET=ssh://hg@bitbucket.org/${BBUSER}/${BBPROJ}
-GITHUB=git+ssh://git@github.com:${GHUSER}/${GHPROJ}.git
-
-# Create a bookmark so that github is properly updated
-hg bookmark master -f
 
 hg push $BITBUCKET
 # Only fail on error, not on "no changes to push"
 then
 	exit 255
 fi
-
-hg push $GITHUB
-# Only fail on error, not on "no changes to push"
-if [ $? -gt 1 ]
-then
-	exit 255
-fi

doc/TagHighlight.txt

 >
 		https://bitbucket.org/abudden/taghighlight
 <
-	For those that prefer Git to Mercurial, it is also mirrored on github at:
->
-		https://github.com/abudden/TagHighlight
-<
-
 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
 2.2 Commands                             *TagHighlight-commands*            {{{2
 	7.  Test your new language!
 
 	8.  Send me a copy for inclusion in the main distribution.  If you're
-		sending it to me as a bitbucket or github pull request, it would help
-		enormously if you could also also:
+		sending it to me as a bitbucket pull request, it would help enormously
+		if you could also also:
 
 		* Update the list of languages (|TagHighlight-languages|) in this
 		  file.
 		* Update the list of languages in README.md (shown on the bitbucket
-	   	  and github front pages).
+	   	  front page).
 	   	* Add a note in the latest entry in the change log in this file
 	      (|TagHighlight-history|).  If there isn't an entry there for an
 		  unreleased version, please add one: something like
 	If you've made an improvement to TagHighlight and would like your changes
 	to be included in the main distribution, there are a number of ways of
 	doing this.  The code is maintained in a Mercurial repository and
-	published on bitbucket.  There is also a github mirror if you really
-	prefer.  In rough order of preference, the ways you can send me a patch
-	are:
+	published on bitbucket.  In rough order of preference, the ways you can
+	send me a patch are:
 
-		1. Bitbucket pull request (https://bitbucket.org/abudden/easycolour)
+		1. Bitbucket pull request (https://bitbucket.org/abudden/taghighlight)
 
 		2. Mercurial bundle (see "hg help bundle") attached to an email.
 
 		3. Mercurial patchbomb email (for details of the patchbomb extension,
 		please see http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/PatchbombExtension).
 
-		4. Github pull request (https://github.com/abudden/EasyColour).
-
 	If sending a patch, please follow these guidelines:
 
 	* Could should conform to the same general coding standard as the existing
                              option (thanks to Vincent).  Added support for
                              Javascript (thanks to Piotr Yordanov).
                              Transferred source repository from git to
-                             mercurial (will maintain git mirror on github).
-                             Added support for custom ctags argument lists
-                             (option CtagsArguments) in order to allow use
-                             with versions of ctags (like jsctags) that don't
-                             accept the same arguments as exuberant ctags
-                             (thanks to Piotr Yordanov for the suggestion and
-							 help getting jsctags working).  Also added
-							 support for CtagsVariant arguments to simplify
-							 this process for known variants.  Support for
-							 jsctags is still fairly flaky as jsctags seems to
-							 fail very easily (and I've only used it for
-							 generating tags for its own source code!).  Added
-							 a reference (in the documentation) to the new
-							 wiki.  Added initial version of a manager for the
-							 'tags' option to automatically handle tag files
-							 for user libraries (thanks to Alexey Radkov and
-							 Ali Hamdi).  Fixed a bug in the ParsingSkipList
-							 option implementation.  Added option to only
-							 generate the tags file if one is not present or
-							 to only generate types file if one IS present
-							 (thanks to Ali Hamdi for the suggestion).  Added
-							 CtagsExtraArguments and clarified what is meant
-							 by CtagsArguments (thanks to Alan Warren for the
-							 suggestion).  Added support for skipping reserved
-							 keywords for given languages when generating
-							 types files.  Initially the reserved keywords
-							 have been recorded for C++, Python, Java and C#.
-							 Thanks to Alexey Radkov and Alan Warren for the
-							 suggestions.
+							 mercurial.  Added support for custom ctags
+							 argument lists (option CtagsArguments) in order
+							 to allow use with versions of ctags (like
+							 jsctags) that don't accept the same arguments as
+							 exuberant ctags (thanks to Piotr Yordanov for the
+							 suggestion and help getting jsctags working).
+							 Also added support for CtagsVariant arguments to
+							 simplify this process for known variants.
+							 Support for jsctags is still fairly flaky as
+							 jsctags seems to fail very easily (and I've only
+							 used it for generating tags for its own source
+							 code!).  Added a reference (in the documentation)
+							 to the new wiki.  Added initial version of a
+							 manager for the 'tags' option to automatically
+							 handle tag files for user libraries (thanks to
+							 Alexey Radkov and Ali Hamdi).  Fixed a bug in the
+							 ParsingSkipList option implementation.  Added
+							 option to only generate the tags file if one is
+							 not present or to only generate types file if one
+							 IS present (thanks to Ali Hamdi for the
+							 suggestion).  Added CtagsExtraArguments and
+							 clarified what is meant by CtagsArguments (thanks
+							 to Alan Warren for the suggestion).  Added
+							 support for skipping reserved keywords for given
+							 languages when generating types files.  Initially
+							 the reserved keywords have been recorded for C++,
+							 Python, Java and C#.  Thanks to Alexey Radkov and
+							 Alan Warren for the suggestions.
 
 2.1.5: 20th February 2012  : Added support for Scala (thanks to Lee Gauthier).