The git tmbundle leaves little to be learned. Shift-cmd-g brings up all you need. Besides,
git and mercurial commands are nearly identical.
But the compelling reason would be that 99% of the rest of the tmbundles are on github.
Just my thoughts.
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On 2011-09-12, at 17:07, Tommy Allen <tommy(a)tweek.us> wrote:
On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 2:07 PM, Merrifield Adam
Any chance for a git repository instead?
I knew this would eventually come up. :-)
I'm using Hg because it's something I've used for years and feel more
comfortable using. I haven't been able to find a compelling enough reason to convert
my repositories to Git besides the fact that it's snappier and GitHub is popular. (I
might have a bit of a bias because a friend is on the Hg development team, and works for
Atlassian. I also like Python ;-)
I might switch to Git if I have a really, really good reason to (as well as the time to
learn it). But for now, I'm going to stick with using Hg.
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