2018-04-01: This release focuses on the healthiness of the source code: it contains an overhaul of the plugin.xml file in order to remove most inconsistencies as well as most uses of deprecated or internal Eclipse APIs. As a consequence, it requires action from the user. It also contains new features and bug fixes. Of note, is the large contribution of Colin Hurley to this release. More details.
2017-11-12: This release contains a bug fix of a regression introduced in 2.4.0. More details.
2017-10-01: This release contains many bug fixes and it focuses mainly on fixing exceptions. More details.
2017-04-01: This release contains many bug fixes and new features. It requires action from the user. More details.
Lots of bug fixes including a support for JDK 7u21. Two related features: a new Mercurial Perspective and Mercurial action toolbars. Uses JavaHg 0.6
This is a minor bug fix and stability release. Uses JavaHg 0.5.
This is the first release to use JavaHg for interactions with Mercurial via Mercurial's command server.
- Synchronize multiple repositories at once in the synchronize view
- New history graph rendering
- Many bug fixes and improvements
- Support for Eclipse 4.2 and previously supported versions
|MercurialEclipse version||Minumum hg version||Recommended hg version||Recommended Eclipse Version|
|2.4.1||3.8.0||3.8.4—4.2.2||4.6.0 (Neon.R)—4.7.3 (Oxygen.3)|
|2.3.0||2.0.0||4.0.0+||4.5.0 – 4.6.2 (Neon.R)|
Some features are disabled when using less than the recommended hg version.
The recommended Eclipse version is the version most tested, not necessarily the minimum or maximum.