We don't assume any particular background in using SCM software. The tutorial is split into the following pages: TutorialInstall - installing Mercurial TutorialInit - Initialize a repository TutorialClone - making a copy of an existing repository TutorialHistory - navigating the history of a repository TutorialFirstChange - making your first change TutorialShareChange - sharing changes with another repository TutorialExport - sharing changes with another person TutorialMerge - handling multiple independent changes to a file TutorialConflict - handling merges that need manual resolution TutorialConclusion - the end 2. How to read this tutorial The formatting convention is simple. A line of output that you should expect Mercurial or your shell to display is displayed in a fixed font, but with no special character at the start of the line.
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Hg Init: a Mercurial tutorial
Prebuilt binary packages of Mercurial are available for every popular operating system. These make it easy to start using Mercurial on your computer immediately. It provides both command line and graphical user interfaces. Because each Linux distribution has its own packaging tools, policies, and rate of development, it's difficult to give a comprehensive set of instructions on how to install Mercurial binaries. The version of Mercurial that you will end up with can vary depending on how active the person is who maintains the package for your distribution. To keep things simple, I will focus on installing Mercurial from the command line under the most popular Linux distributions. Most of these distributions provide graphical package managers that will let you install Mercurial with a single click; the package name to look for is mercurial.