+# README for a newly created project.
+There are a couple of things you should do first, before you can use all of Mercurial's power:
+ * Create new files inside your project
+ * Add them to to Mercurial by executing the following command
+ `hg add [file1, file2, file3, ...]` [Enter]
+ * Create a commit which can be pushed to a remote host
+ `hg commit -m 'added new files'` [Enter]
+ * Push the commit a remote host
+ `hg push [remote URL]` [Enter]
+That's it! If this doesn't work for you, please visit the excellent resources from [Mercurial](http://mercurial.selenic.com/guide/) and the [Mercurial: The Definitive Guide](http://hgbook.red-bean.com/) book.
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