The svn and hg repositories aren't interconnected by the way. So while
the two repositories are available only hg is the most current. There
doesn't seem to be any rss feeds for the hg repo at the moment, unless
someone can point me to it. At least for me the hg repository seems
to be working out better.
On May 6, 4:09 pm, Arvindh Rajesh Tamilmani <arvin...@gmail.com>
Ah, interesting, thanks for pointing this out, and thanks for switching to hg, for those of us that pull often and keep local changes that need to be merged, svn is a painfuol nightmare, and hg is fairly bearable (even convenient when keeping multiple branches around).
On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 2:08 AM, caerwyn <caerw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The svn and hg repositories aren't interconnected by the way. So while > the two repositories are available only hg is the most current. There > doesn't seem to be any rss feeds for the hg repo at the moment, unless > someone can point me to it. At least for me the hg repository seems > to be working out better.
> Thanks Arvindh, > Caerwyn
> On May 6, 4:09 pm, Arvindh Rajesh Tamilmani <arvin...@gmail.com> > wrote: >> In addition to the Subversion repository, Mercurial support has >> been enabled for Acme SAC in Google Code.
Any new changes to the wiki will get reflected only in the hg repository. There is no atom feed for the wiki changes yet. Here is the response I got from the support team:
> our next release should add > Mercurial wiki changes to the updates page. We don't have a feed yet > for the wiki proper, though: in Subversion, that was just a feed for > all svn changes under "/wiki". A feed for changes to the wiki > repository is something you can expect to see eventually.
Hi all! I'd like to be able to use acme-sac to edit some source code on a remote UNIX machine, from my acme-sac running on Windows. Since I don't have root on the remote UNIX box, installing u9fs isn't an option. I'd like to be able to use ftpfs, but since I can't log in anonymously, I can't seem to get it to prompt me for authentication if I try the following:
Local ftpfs unixhost
where "unixhost" is the target system. It does work if I use 'win', then enter it at the command line, but of course it doesn't apply to the whole namespace, just that particular window.
Can anyone tell me if I'm missing something, or if there's a suitable alternative to u9fs or ftpfs that would allow me to edit the remote files? I've been using an adaptation of Michael Teichgräber's new port of sam to Windows with OpenSSH, and the old sam-4.3 on the UNIX system for a while now, but could use some of Acme's extra features...
Many thanks in advance!
Also, as an aside, anyone else out there have the unfortunate circumstance of being on Windows, behind an NTLM authenticating proxy? I haven't been able to get Mercurial to work through it, so I had to do a clone from home...
On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 8:41 PM, Caerwyn Jones<caerw...@gmail.com> wrote: > In acme-sac you should first run Feedkey. ftpfs will ask factotum for > the password, and factotum will use Feedkey to prompt you for the > password in acme.