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Average Rating:   4.4/5.0
Number of Ratings:   68
Number of Reviews:   3

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herbwin says:
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Happy user!  
5.0
 
written over 9 years ago

If you want to experience Mercurial, try this GUI front-end. It also bundels the command line interface to Mercurial. Works great and is simple to use.

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Sune Fol... says:
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Great product; a must on Windows  
5.0
 
written about 9 years ago

TortoiseHg lacks a bit in the shell-extension department (although it works reasonably), but I expect that to be much better shortly. The hgtk frontend is extremely cool, on the other hand, and the development is moving along at a great pace.

As a patch contributor, I'd also like to point out that Steve Borho is great to work with and is always ready to listen to and discuss feature ideas :-).

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Martin G... says:
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Works on Linux too  
5.0
 
written about 9 years ago

Despite the "Tortoise" brand, the hgtk program works great on Linux too.

I now use 'hgtk log' instead of 'hg view' in my daily Mercurial work. The advantage is that it starts much faster and looks better.

You need PyGTK, but apart from that it's just a matter of cloning TortoiseHg, linking 'hgtk' into your PATH.

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Sune Fol... says:
12173f677e4d1f9ece1621b4693b7b1d?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
Great product; a must on Windows  
5.0
 
written about 9 years ago

TortoiseHg lacks a bit in the shell-extension department (although it works reasonably), but I expect that to be much better shortly. The hgtk frontend is extremely cool, on the other hand, and the development is moving along at a great pace.

As a patch contributor, I'd also like to point out that Steve Borho is great to work with and is always ready to listen to and discuss feature ideas :-).

2 out of 2 users found the following review helpful.

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Martin G... says:
6bf0300fc4a5c9012fd254d3da2a6e69?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
Works on Linux too  
5.0
 
written about 9 years ago

Despite the "Tortoise" brand, the hgtk program works great on Linux too.

I now use 'hgtk log' instead of 'hg view' in my daily Mercurial work. The advantage is that it starts much faster and looks better.

You need PyGTK, but apart from that it's just a matter of cloning TortoiseHg, linking 'hgtk' into your PATH.

1 out of 1 users found the following review helpful.

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herbwin says:
6117ac3765e2b5e447cee5236e2d84d2?&s=58&rating=pg&d=https%3a%2f%2fopenhub.net%2fanon80
Happy user!  
5.0
 
written over 9 years ago

If you want to experience Mercurial, try this GUI front-end. It also bundels the command line interface to Mercurial. Works great and is simple to use.

2 out of 2 users found the following review helpful.

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