JDK 7 build 24 is available at the openjdk.java.net website
ted at tedneward.com
Fri Dec 14 19:27:36 UTC 2007
The key is in getting the Mercurial with the forest extension installed--I
had 0.9.5, which didn't, and I couldn't figure out where to get it or how to
install it; I eventually ended up getting the "Batteries Included"
installer, and it appeared there. (But only in one of the four .exe's that
are up on Sourceforge. :-/ )
I pulled the bits down, so will try the build tonight....
By the way, Daniel, how did you download the forest extension? The Mercurial
wiki didn't have a good download link that I could find--the only link I saw
took me off to a changeset/revisions page....?
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Daniel.Fuchs at Sun.COM [mailto:Daniel.Fuchs at Sun.COM]
> Sent: Friday, December 14, 2007 6:14 AM
> To: Ted Neward
> Cc: 'build-dev'
> Subject: Re: JDK 7 build 24 is available at the openjdk.java.net
> Ted Neward wrote:
> > Where and how do I install the “forest extension” to Mercurial for a
> > Windows box? (I really want to make the jump ASAP, assuming the
> > repositories are no longer in “test” status…)
> Hi Ted,
> This is how I did it on my XP Home PC at home:
> 1) I Installed Mercurial in c:\Mercurial.
> 2) I cloned the forest repository in c:\Mercurial.
> In a cygwin terminal:
> cd c:/Mercurial
> hg clone http://www.terminus.org/hg/hgforest hgforest
> 3) Then I edited c:/Mercurial/Mercurial.ini and added the lines:
> as documented in the Mercurial Wiki.
> Hope this helps,
> -- daniel
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