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Can I use version control (mercurial) with files distributed in different directories?

I want to keep track of files I create when taking notes (mostly text files). I am working with a Notebook in a corporate environment on Windows 7. At this time, I have one directory for such files ...
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On Windows 7 how do you remove programs that add themselves to the right click menu? [duplicate]

After installing Tortoisehg workbench whenever I right click on an icon or the desktop on the menu it has options for Hg Workbench and Tortoisehg. I don't want that, how do I get rid of it? By the ...
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Less or More in Windows?

Is there a command in the Windows DOS prompt that is equivalent to the UNIX less or more? Basically, the problem is that when I type hg log, the output has too many lines to fit on the screen and I ...
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Colors in cygwin being displayed as raw ANSI codes

When running command-line Mercurial with the color extension on, the colors appear as expected in the Windows command prompt (cmd.exe). However, in cygwin the colors are appearing as the underlying ...
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Problem running mercurial against symlinked .hgrc file under Cygwin/Windows 7

This is not a question about handling symlinks in the mercurial repository. I have this setup at work where I keep my dotfiles in a separate directory (.configuration) that I can use to synch my ...