Around 09/26/2012 11:46 AM, Max Horn scribbled:
> On 26.09.2012, at 09:38, Georgi Chorbadzhiyski wrote:
>> Around 09/25/2012 05:15 PM, Max Horn scribbled:
>>> I think there is a lot of demand for a "git-hg" bridge, a way to seemlessly 
>>> access a Mercurial repository as if it was a git repository. A converse to 
>>> hg-git <>
>> I've already mentioned this, but such a tool already exists and it
>> is working very well (IMHO):
> I guess this is a matter of perspective. It doesn't work at all for me 
> because it does not really support pushing. (It does have a "push" command, 
> but at least last time I looked, it was utterly broken; see also 
> <> for a discussion 
> (not written by me!). I'd be happy to learn that has changed, though I just 
> looked, and it still uses "hg convert", so I don't see how it possibly could 
> work...

I have not tested push (I'm using git-hg to sync hg repo and develop
using git, no pushing back to hg, just sending patches).

According to git-hg README "Push supported added as well although it
is still experimental". You should report the "push" bugs to the
author(s) they may be able to fix them.

Georgi Chorbadzhiyski
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