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The following is a link to the online source repository.
To obtain a copy of the current mercurial "tip", use the "= ;hg clone" command
Committers should clone the repository via ssh, using
The Mercurial client can go through a proxy, if you configure it to do s= o. First, edit your "hgrc" configuration file to indicate which p= roxy to use. The files location depends on your operating system. On Linux = or Unix it is called "~/.hgrc". On Windows it is in "%USERPR= OFILE%\mercurial.ini". There is a per-repository version called .hg/hg= rc at the top level of each repository. Documentation is here.
There are comments in the file explaining what to do. If you don't have = that file, get the latest Mercurial client and run any command; this will c= ause the configuration directory and template files to be created.
Example : Edit the 'hgrc' file and add something like :
To commit changes to the repository, execute the following command to co= mmit your changes.
Unlike subversion, this only creates a local copy of the changes. To pus= h this back to the public repository,
which uses your sourceforge ssh key for authentication.
Please write a commit message that describes the purpose of the change. = If you are committing code to fix a jira issue please include the identifie= r (i.e. RVM-53) in the commit message. If you are committing code supplied = by another individual please indicate the individual.
Please keep commits as focused as possible. Separate out functional and = non functional changes into separate commits. (i.e. Code formatting changes= should appear in different commits from feature modification commits.)