[brailleblaster] Re: Where can I find Mercurial for the Mac?

Alex,

Where can I obtain MacHG? Can you give me a direct URL for downloading 
it? I assume I can run it from the command line using ssh. That is how I 
am working on my Mac right now. When I get a USB-to-serial adapter I'll 
connect my Braille Note and use Voiceover. 

I looked at the Murcurial download site, but I couldn't find anything to 
download. This happens to me all the time. Why are websites set up like 
that?

John
        
On Sat, Jul 23, 2011 at 01:03:36PM -0700, Alex Jurgensen wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I use an Open-Source program called MacHG for this.
> 
> It has its own internal version of thee command-line tool and therefore does 
> not depend on external tools.
> 
> Regards,
> Alex,
> 
> 
> On 2011-07-23, at 6:25 AM, Michael Whapples wrote:
> 
> > Hello,
> > The official mercurial website has installer packages for the Mac. On the 
> > actual downloads page it has different versions for which version of MacOSX 
> > you are running. Make sure you choose your correct version of MacOSX as it 
> > relies on the python version included in MacOSX and it is different for 
> > different versions of MacOSX (eg. in Lion it is python 2.7 but in snow 
> > leopard it is python2.6).
> > 
> > Here is a direct link to the downloads page for mercurial 
> > http://mercurial.selenic.com/downloads/
> > 
> > Michael Whapples
> > On 23 Jul 2011, at 12:28, John J. Boyer wrote:
> > 
> >> Installing Mercurial from source is tricky, so i would like the 
> >> equivalent of an rpm that includes all dependencies, even a version of 
> >> Python.
> >> 
> >> Incidentally, it turned tou that the version of pkg-config to use for an 
> >> initial install is 0.22. The version I initially downloaded, 0.26, is 
> >> evidentally intended as an upgrade. 0.22 works fine.
> >> 
> >> John
> >> 
> >> -- 
> >> John J. Boyer; President, Chief Software Developer
> >> Abilitiessoft, Inc.
> >> http://www.abilitiessoft.com
> >> Madison, Wisconsin USA
> >> Developing software for people with disabilities
> >> 
> >> 
> > 
> 

-- 
John J. Boyer; President, Chief Software Developer
Abilitiessoft, Inc.
http://www.abilitiessoft.com
Madison, Wisconsin USA
Developing software for people with disabilities


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