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i have php project which is versioned under svn. Now i started to do local versioning throught hg. The subversion, for collaboration with team, remains. After restart netbeans working with the project as with only Mercurial versioned.

Is there way to use both? Or is it possible to tell NB to use just one of them?

  • Ubuntu - 9.10
  • NB 6.8
  • SVN - 1.6.5
  • Mercurial - 1.3.1
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I've temporaly solve this by move the .hg folder somwhere else, and when i want to use hg i make a symbolic link. I hope it's not a final solution – Mailo Jan 14 '10 at 9:59
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Couldn't you stick with hg and try hgsubversion:

Or why do you need both?

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It was becouse we used svn and i wanted to use mercurial for my local versioning( svn does not have local repository ). From the four things i still use just ubuntu :) but thank you for your response – Mailo Mar 2 '11 at 22:18
you can create local repo with svn too – Karussell Mar 5 '11 at 13:25

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