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I have set up a Mecurial Repository in fogbugz through Admin > Source Control. I am not using Kiln.
After following the instructions I was instructed to commit something to make the repos show up in fogbugz. However, after doing commits from both Tortoise and the command line I still can't see a repository.
How do I diagnose what is going wrong?
I am running on windows and tried placing my fogbugz.py in a couple of places. I put it in the Tortoise folder then edited my hgrc as follows:
# Generated by tortoisehg-config
changegroup = python:c:\program files\tortoisehg\fogbugz.py:hook
host = https://xxxx.fogbugz.com
baseurl = http://xxxx:8000/
I also tried putting it in the root of my hd and changed the changegroup line to:
changegroup = python:/fogbugz.py:hook
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Apologies for not doing my homework. I just found the solution in this post: http://fogbugz.stackexchange.com/questions/1437/how-can-i-debug-the-mercurial-integration-with-fogbugz
Here's how I formatted the path in my .hgrc file:
changegroup = python:C:\Program Files\TortoiseHg\templates\static\fogbugz.py:hook
Mercurial was able to cope with the space in the file path. It might be that this was a bug in Mercurial that has since been fixed. Here's what I'm running:
TortoiseHg (version 0.9.3)
Mercurial-1.4.3, Python-2.5.4, PyGTK-2.12.1, GTK-2.16.1
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