What is Mercurial?
Mercurial is dedicated to speed and efficiency with a sane user interface. It is written in Python. Mercurial's implementation and data structures are designed to be fast. You can generate diffs between revisions, or jump back in time within seconds.
Mercurial is a tool in the Version Control System category of a tech stack.
Who uses Mercurial?
43 companies reportedly use Mercurial in their tech stacks, including AO.com, Bitbucket, and Yomali.
144 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Mercurial.
Debian, SourceTree, Windows, Fedora, and DataGrip are some of the popular tools that integrate with Mercurial. Here's a list of all 30 tools that integrate with Mercurial.
Pros of Mercurial
A lot easier to extend than git
Easy-to-grasp system with nice tools
Works on windows natively without cygwin nonsense
Written in python
Better than Git
Better than svn
Good user experience
TortoiseHg - Unified free gui for all platforms
Native support to all platforms
Free to use
Mar 4 2020 at 5:14PM
Mercurial Alternatives & Comparisons
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