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Project Description
This project implements an SCM plug-in for Axosoft OnTime that will let developers use a Mercurial version control repository to associate files and changes with OnTime projects.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011  |  From The Imaginary Road » Mercurial

Sorry everyone for the long delay between releases. I’ve been extremely busy with my professional life, which has made doing side projects a little difficult. A few weeks ago, Axosoft released OnTime 2011. A user kindly reported to me this … Continue reading

Friday, January 28, 2011  |  From The Imaginary Road » Mercurial

This morning I released version 1.1 of the Mercurial OnTime plug-in for Mercurial. It is posted on CodePlex and ready for download and installation. Continue reading

Saturday, October 02, 2010  |  From The Imaginary Road » Mercurial

The new version of the script is designed to walk through each of the files that are part of a revision in Mercurial, and then to get the most recent revision of each file. This way, if a file didn’t change between revisions, there will only be one copy of the source code for the file instead of two copies. Continue reading

Thursday, September 30, 2010  |  From The Imaginary Road » Mercurial

I guess in all of my excitement on a previous post, I didn’t fully test out the Mercurial plug-in module that I created for Source Server. The script worked and I verified that I could extract files from the version control repository, but the contents of the file were wrong because of errors in the call to Mercurial. Attached is the updated and corrected script that has been fully tested. Continue reading

Monday, September 27, 2010  |  From The Imaginary Road » Mercurial

Given my experience integrating Source Server and Git, I took my Perl script and modified it to support pulling the version control information from a Mercurial repository. Continue reading

Tuesday, July 13, 2010  |  From The Imaginary Road » Mercurial

I figured that others may be able to receive value from the integration between Mercurial and OnTime, so I decided to open source the code that I’ve written to date. I’m considering the code to be in an alpha-state at the moment. It works perfectly and can be used with OnTime now, but there are a few areas that I’m going to improve upon over the next week. Continue reading

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