[Python-Dev] Mercurial?

Ali Afshar aafshar at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 09:52:15 CEST 2009

Daniel (ajax) Diniz wrote:
> "Martin v. Löwis" wrote:
>>> I think it would be a good idea to host a temporary svn mirrors for
>>> developers who accesses their VCS via an IDE. Although, I am sure
>>> anymore if supporting these developers (if there are any) would worth
>>> the trouble. So, think of this as optional.
>> Any decision to have or not have such a feature should be stated in
>> the PEP. I personally don't use IDEs, so I don't care (although
>> I do notice that the apparent absence of IDE support for Mercurial
>> indicates maturity of the technology)
> I can spend some time on Mercurial integration for the main IDEs in
> use by core devs, I'm sure the PIDA folks have most of this sorted
> already. It would be important to have these (and any other non-PEP
> worthy tasks/helpers) listed with some detail, e.g., in a wiki page.
Well PIDA is the IDE-hater's IDE, but yes, it has excellent Mercurial
integration (probably the best integration of any system). It is all through
anyvc with a small amount of user interface added. I am sure this would
be easily portable.

Ali (thanks for cc)

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