+Windows setup for mercurial-server
+WARNING: Windows is *not* a supported system. We've gotten this guide to work ok
+but the permissions are still broken in various ways to do with the underlying
+issues in Windows' permissions system. Unix-based systems, especially Debian and
+derivatives are still the main target. Patches to this guide to improve the
+support are welcome however!
+1) Install Cygwin (http://cygwin.com/) using the setup.exe from there. Tested
+against 1.7.12-1, may work with earlier versions. You'll need the base install
+plus the following additional packages:
+Note that even if you've already got them installed in Windows, Python and
+Mercurial still need to be installed in Cygwin.
+2) Open a new Cygwin terminal as Adminstrator (right click on "Cygwin Terminal"
+start menu option and pick "Run as administrator")
+3) Run "ssh-host-config -y" and "cygrunsrv -S sshd" to get sshd running. We need
+this because there's no proper su in Cygwin (see
+http://cygwin.com/faq-nochunks.html#faq.using.su for why this is)
+3) Goto the mercurial-server folder and "make setup-windows"
+4) Run "passwd hg" and set the password for the hg user.
+5) Following the example from the main mercurial-server documentation (in that the server
+is called 'jeeves', your username is 'jay' and the client is called 'spoon'),
+but with a few differences for Cygwin, we can now get you initial access. We
+assume that you've generated a key with PuTTYgen
+(http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html) and then
+copied the contents of the "public key" box into a file called my-key.
+jay@jeeves:~$ mkdir -p /etc/mercurial-server/keys/root/jay
+jay@jeeves:~$ cp my-key /etc/mercurial-server/keys/root/jay/spoon
+jay@jeeves:~$ chown hg /etc/mercurial-server/keys/root/jay/spoon
+jay@jeeves:~$ ssh hg@localhost /usr/share/mercurial-server/refresh-auth
+The rest of the instructions in the normal mercurial-server documentation should
+now work. Note that although it's possible to add keys/access info to
+/etc/mercurial-server it's much easier to do things via the hgadmin repository,
+and doing things via /etc should probably be limited to only if you mess up the
+# vim: tw=80 fo=cqt wm=0