I'm a hg neophyte, I'll refer to the list.
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 10:05 AM, Alan S <alan...@gmail.com
> I want to push my hg repository up to a central server; I work from
> multiple computers and want to make sure the changes I'm making for
> Cygwin are someplace "safe". I was going to use Google code hosting
> as a temporary solution, but you have to select a licensing option for
> creating a new project, and the Go license isn't one of them.
> Do you guys have an easy way for someone to make a remote branch/repo
> over there? Most of the changes are untested and possibly wrong, so I
> don't want to contaminate the main repo.
> (Apologies if this is a little confusing; I've never used Hg before).
> On Nov 11, 10:27 am, Kai Backman <k...@golang.org
>> What Michael said. Both rsc and I have been doing windows development
>> in the past but we just haven't had the time to do the port. If
>> someone decides to embark on a windows port they'll have plenty of
>> support from the team for it.