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Can saltstack update itself then run highstate

salt stack is being used with bit bucket. there are 2-3 of us who push updates to it occasionaly. I was wondering is there a way where salt stack can get the latests changes from bit bucket then ...
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Robocopy and Mercurial

I recently took a new job, and one aspects of the job is maintaining the organisation's Umbraco website. The site was not under source control nor was there a testing environment. Changes were made ...
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Git vs Mercurial server on Windows

I am deciding between setting up a Mercurial or Git server (via HTTPS) on Windows Server 2008. I have heard that Git support is sketchy for Windows client use, but haven't heard much (that are up to ...
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Mercurial clone ignore the ignored

So i have a local clone and a central repository. Now I need to create local clones from the main clone and use them. The problem is the clone command is ignoring the ignored files (like it should). ...
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How do I enable ZIP/TAR/BZ2 Download Buttons in my Mercurial HGWEB?

I recently got Mercurial running on my server, shared via Apache. When I browse to the repos via the web, I see a list of my repositories with Atom/RSS links, but no download buttons. My question ...
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Controlling clone access to multiple mercurial repos served via hgwebdir.cgi [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Read access control with Mercurial and Apache I'm trying to host multiple Mercurial repositories for my clients. I need to control access to each repository individually ...
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How to setup Secure SemiPublic Revision Control System

I have a windows server with a project configured with a revision control system. Suppose it's GIT or SVN or .... Suppose there are 10 people around the globe working on this project. The first ...
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How to tell Mercurial to never create hard links

I am planning to use Mercurial in the near future on some projects. These projects will normally reside in a directory on my Windows machine, but I will be sharing these directories using VirtualBox ...
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Version Control and Backup, which combination?

I'm a sole developer and I have 3 computers. Plus a friend of mine has an account, but never uses it. My current setup is GIT + my own ad hoc backup job that clones the repository, zips it, gnupg it, ...
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What Linux version should I use for serving a VCS?

Hi I am looking for a Linux distribution that conforms to my following requirements. This machine will be basically a server box for my software development. I need to install Mercurial and Subversion ...
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Where is hgweb.cgi in the Mac OS X deployment of Mercurial?

I'd like to serve a CGI-based Mercurial repository from my OS X machine, but I cannot for the life of me find the hgweb.cgi file, which I assume is step 1 of the process. My Mercurial installation ...
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How to setup a central repository on a Windows 2008 server

I would like to setup a central Mecurial repository on a Windows 2008 server which only allows both push and pull access to certain users. This is to allow developers working remotely to push/pull ...