Persuading mercurial-server to work on Windows

Tom Parker wrote “A few years back, needing decent authentication and key management for Mercurial repositories, we wrote mercurial-server. Recently, we were in the position of wanting to use this with one of our clients, but this time it would need to run under Windows. This was a bit of a problem as it was designed for a…”

mercurial-server needs a long-term Debian sponsor

Paul Crowley wrote “Thanks to the patient work of Jakub Wilk, mercurial-server 1.2-1 has hit the Debian “unstable” repository, where all being well it should make its way into testing, stable, Ubuntu and so forth. Jakub stepped in at the last minute when I discovered that the project’s previous sponsor, Steve Kemp, had resigned as a Debian developer…”

mercurial-server 1.2 released

Paul Crowley wrote “Version 1.2 of mercurial-server is now available. This fixes a security problem, adds compatibility with Mercurial 1.9 and fixes incompatibilities with older versions of Python, adds MQ compatibility, and some other minor things. Unfortunately it may not immediately enter Debian, because my former sponsor is no longer a Debian developer. If you’re an official Debian…”

mercurial-server version 1.1 released

Paul Crowley wrote “Version 1.1 of mercurial-server is now available. This permits one repository to be in a subdirectory of another, which makes subrepositories more convenient, as well as improvements to logging and documentation. I’ve also included the collection of scripts I use for testing under the “dev” subdirectory in the main repository, though I’d want to clean…”

Publishing your mercurial-server repositories to the Web

Paul Crowley wrote “I got a couple of queries recently on how to make your mercurial-server repositories publically readable over HTTP. Happily this isn’t hard to do, and doesn’t really touch on mercurial-server itself. Here’s how we do it on our Debian systems; in what follows I assume that you have installed mercurial-server on, and that you’re…”

Getting into Debian

Paul Crowley wrote “mercurial-server is an official Debian package! Right now it’s only in the “unstable” distribution, but all being well it will slowly percolate forward, first into “testing”, then eventually into the stable distributions of not only Debian but Ubuntu and other Debian-based systems. Getting it into Debian was quite a long and strange process; the care…”

mercurial-server 0.8 released

Paul Crowley wrote “mercurial-server home page mercurial-server gives your developers remote read/write access to centralized Mercurial repositories using SSH public key authentication; it provides convenient and fine-grained key management and access control.”