From: Steven Yi <stevenyi@gm...> - 2010-05-10 01:42:35
This is a note for those who are interested in blue's source code and
development. I have decided to move from using Subersion to Mercurial.
I've used Mercurial for a while now for my personal music and
programming projects and find it much easier to use, plus it works
well for me especially when I am coding on a flight or travelling
where I do not have internet access. Mercurial is also well supported
by the Netbeans IDE which I use for development of blue, and which
really is a requirement for working with blue's codebase now as it
uses the Netbeans RCP (Rich Client Platform).
Information about accessing Mercurial is available at:
and the code can be browsed at:
Note: The information at the first link assumes the repository is
named "bluemusic", but I have named it "blue", so the example URL for
the public repository link should be:
(the last part is the repository name)
If you have any questions please feel free to email me or reply here.
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