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          hg, cvs - introduction to using plan9port Mercurial

          hg clone http://code.swtch.com/plan9port plan9

          hg pull -u

          hg diff [ -r revision ] [ path ... ]

          hg serve

          hg view

          web http://code.swtch.com/plan9port

          The master source tree for Plan 9 from User Space is main-
          tained using the source control system Mercurial as a sub-
          stitute for Plan 9's replica(8) and dump file system.

          The first argument to hg is a command, which determines the
          form of the rest of the command line.

          The clone command downloads a copy of the tree into the
          directory plan9, which it will create.  After hg clone, the
          other commands listed should be run within the plan9 direc-
          tory tree.

          Unlike CVS, Mercurial downloads the entire revision history
          of Plan 9 from User Space in addition to the current tree.

          Hg pull incorporates changes from the master repository into
          the local revision history.  The -u flag applies these
          changes to the current file tree.

          Hg diff runs Unix's diff(1) to compare the files in the
          local tree with the corresponding files in the revision his-
          tory.  By default it compares against the version that was
          most recently incorporated into the local tree.  The -r flag
          specifies an alternate version to compare against.  The spe-
          cial revision tip refers to the most recent version on the

          Hg serve starts an HTTP server serving information about the
          local repository at the address http://localhost:8000/.

          Hg view starts an interactive history viewer.

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          The Mercurial tree can be inspected on the web at

          /.hg directory containing Mercurial local repository

               list of files and wildcards to exclude from Mercurial


          Unix's hg(1),

          Plan 9 from User Space is no longer accessible using CVS;
          you must use Mercurial.