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It is often recommended and preferred for working with Mercurial on Windows.
This is a brief list of its features:
- Repository explorer
- Commit dialog
- Support for visual diff/merge tools.
- Data mining on repository contents
- Seamless support for serving a repository via Mercurial's integrated web interface.
- Repository synchronization
- Intuitive GUI for managing Mercurial settings
It is free software released under the GNU General Public License.
- TortoiseCVS, a Concurrent Versions System client for the Microsoft Windows platform
- TortoiseSVN, a Subversion client for the Microsoft Windows platform
- TortoiseGit, another Git client for the Microsoft Windows platform
- TortoiseBzr, a similar tool for use with Bazaar
- "TortoiseHg release notes". Retrieved 14 April 2019 – via Bitbucket.
- Borho, Steve (14 April 2019). "Added tag 4.9.1 for changeset 3d620283d66f". Retrieved 15 April 2019 – via Bitbucket.
- "Source Code Control with Git and Mercurial". 2014-04-01. Retrieved 2015-01-26.
- "Install TortoiseHg on Mac OSX".
- http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/87217/why-is-mercurial-considered-to-be-easier-than-git (TortoiseHg is) "a very nice GUI for Mercurial"
- Steve Borho and others. "TortoiseHg’s documentation: 9.3. hg-git (git)". 2018.
- [https://hg-git.github.io/ "The Hg-Git mercurial plugin"
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