1. Steve Losh
  2. hg-crew


m...@selenic.com  committed 1c590d3

Minor changes for release 0.4e

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  $ tar xvzf mercurial-<ver>.tar.gz
  $ cd mercurial-<ver>
- $ python setup.py install --home ~
+ $ python2.3 setup.py install --home ~
  $ export PYTHONPATH=${HOME}/lib/python  # add this to your .bashrc
  $ export HGMERGE=tkmerge                # customize this
  $ hg                                    # test installation, show help
  If you get complaints about missing modules, you probably haven't set
  PYTHONPATH correctly.
- You may also want to install psyco, the python specializing compiler.
- It makes commits more than twice as fast. The relevant Debian package
- is python-psyco
 Setting up a Mercurial project:
  $ cd linux/
  $ hg init         # creates .hg
  $ hg status       # show changes between repo and working dir
  $ hg diff         # generate a unidiff
+ $ hg export       # export a changeset as a diff
  $ hg addremove    # add all unknown files and remove all missing files
  $ hg commit       # commit all changes, edit changelog entry
  $ cat ../p/patchlist | xargs hg import -p1 -b ../p 
-Network support (highly experimental):
+Network support:
+ The simple way:
  # pull the self-hosting hg repo
  foo$ hg init
  # merge changes from a remote machine
  bar$ hg merge http://foo/~user/hg-linux
- This is just a proof of concept of grabbing byte ranges, and is not
- expected to perform well. Fixing this needs some pipelining to reduce
- the number of round trips. See zsync for a similar approach.
+ The new, fast, experimental way:
+ # pull the self-hosting hg repo
+ foo$ hg init
+ foo$ hg merge hg://selenic.com/hg/
+ foo$ hg checkout  # hg co works too
+ # Set up the CGI server on your webserver
+ foo$ ln -s .hg ~/public_html/hg-linux/.hg
+ foo$ cp hgweb.py ~/public_html/hg-linux/index.cgi
+ # merge changes from a remote machine
+ bar$ hg merge hg://foo/~user/hg-linux
  Another approach which does perform well right now is to use rsync.
  Simply rsync the remote repo to a read-only local copy and then do a

File setup.py

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 from distutils.core import setup
-            version='0.4d',
+            version='0.4e',
             author='Matt Mackall',
             description='scalable distributed SCM',
             license='GNU GPL',
-            scripts=['hg'])
+            scripts=['hg', 'hgweb.py'])