Introduction to Mercurial and Bitbucket

In my recent posts, I hosted source code in Bitbucket. Bitbucket is a free code decentralized version control system (DVCS) hosting site for Git and Mercurial. In comparison to GitHub, Bitbucket allows us to host unlimited private repository for free – GitHub not. In Bitbucket, we can also integrate with other great Atlassian products for managing our development with a hosted wiki and issue tracker. Because I will host my code there in future as well as moving slowly all available .zip code files from my site to Bitbucket, I would like to write a short instruction so that you know how to check out or download the code. However I won’t go into details how Mercurial works and how great the products of Atlassian are. The topic of this blog post is very limited only in source code download section, no commit and everything else.

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