1 October 2011

kjwcode: Viagra: $20.  In the TSA line-up. (anxiety)
One nice thing about Subversion is that it's easy to host repos yourself. One not-so-nice thing about Subversion is that it's centralised, which kind of puts a kink in the style I'd developed while using subjecting myself to Git. Someone brought up Mercurial on IRC today, and I realised I hadn't given it a fair shake, so that's what I'm doing now.

In a quick tour of the Mercurial docs I couldn't find an easy and complete way to host repos on one's own, but it turns out I'd actually signed up on Bitbucket a couple of weeks ago. It didn't take long to get a repo set up and pushed, and that owes to its large similarity to Github.

Now comes the interesting part -- trying Mercurial for a month or two to see how well it fits. Worst case, back to Subversion I go.

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