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I a have repository on both and, and I am very familiar with using Git Extensions for all repository functions on GitHub. When I started using repo's I have to use TortoiseHG for it, so I want to ask is there anyway I can use Git Extension for bitbucket repos?

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You'll probably need something like hg-git for that, but I can't see where it can fit in Git Extensions. – Isxek Aug 24 '11 at 9:03
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You may be able to use hg-git backwards to use Git locally to push to a Mercurial repository. Set up the Git repository, then Git Extensions should be able to use the repository normally.

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