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Mercurial Eclipse is in its first public release state. It works but does not have all features that other version control systems has yet.

Mercurial Eclipse

     

Mercurial Eclipse is in its first public release state. It works but does not have all features that other version control systems has yet. You can create a repository in an existing project with "Right Click -> Team -> Share Project" and then add files to the repository by "Right Click -> Team -> Add" and you can commit in the same dropdown menu, Some output might come out in the consol window inside Eclipse, this will be shown in popup-window soon. File status is shown with file decorations. You are most welcome to try it out, a Eclipse Update site and some instructions are available under Download below.

Label decorators 
+ - Added file (repository not yet commited)
- - Removed file (repository not yet commited)
M - Modified (repository not yet commited)
I - Ignored
! - Deleted still tracked
? - Unknown or not managed file 
Empty yellow square - Managed file, no changes

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Posted on: March 10, 2008

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