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Steve Borho  committed 054aa9d

consistent use of Mac OS X (based on Apple home page)

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 * Microsoft Windows XP, Vista
 * Command line support via [[hgtk]]
 * Gnome/[[nautilus|Nautilus]] integration
-* [[MacOSX]] port is in progress
+* [[MacOSX|Mac OS X]] port is in progress
 
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File MacOSX.wiki

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-= TortoiseHg MacOS X port
+= TortoiseHg Mac OS X port
 
-It is our intention to have a viable TortoiseHg port for MacOS X in time
+It is our intention to have a viable TortoiseHg port for Mac OS X in time
 for the July release of THG 0.8.  Google has generously donated a
-Macbook directly to this cause.  This page will track the progress of this project.
+Macbook directly for this cause.  This page will track the progress of this project.
 
-I've successfully run the TortoiseHg dialogs on MacOS X on a native GTK+ port (no X11) with these steps:
+I've successfully run the TortoiseHg dialogs on Mac OS X on a native GTK+ port (no X11) with these steps:
 
 * Installed the Xcode package on the Macbook (needed to build Mercurial)
 * Downloaded this [[http://www.immunityinc.com/downloads/CANVAS_OSX_SUPPORT.dmg|disk image]] from [[http://forum.immunityinc.com/index.php?topic=210.0|this]] forum post.
 == TODOs
 
 * Binary installers.  This will likely have to wait until native GTK+/PyGtk have official installers.  Native GTK+ does have an official installer, but I was unable to get PyGtk to work with (likely my fault)
-* Shell integration.  Currently just a vague plan.  There is an effort already underway to generalize the context menu and overlay cache code used by windows so it can be shared with Nautilus and whatever extension we provide with MacOSX.  I have culled the following two links from the mailing list:
+* Shell integration.  Currently just a vague plan.  There is an effort already underway to generalize the context menu and overlay cache code used by windows so it can be shared with Nautilus and whatever extension we provide with Mac OS X.  I have culled the following two links from the mailing list:
 
 http://www.abracode.com/free/cmworkshop/on_my_command.html \\
 ftp://ftp.jwwalker.com/MacMerc.dmg

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 TortoiseHG comes with a simple python application, hgtk, which allows you to
 launch the TortoiseHg dialogs on any platform that supports Mercurial, and
-PyGtk. This is the easiest way to start using TortoiseHg on Linux and [[MacOSX]].
+PyGtk. This is the easiest way to start using TortoiseHg on Linux and [[MacOSX|Mac OS X]].
 
 # Clone the TortoiseHg repository: 
 {{{hg clone http://bitbucket.org/tortoisehg/crew tortoisehg-dev}}}