Using MercurialEclipse and MacHg
I like using MacHg because it bundles Mercurial and I don't have to worry about install anything else. But I also need IDE source control integration because when starting large projects the IDE already knows which files to include (source code) and which not to include (binaries), and this is a huge time saver. MercurialEclipse is a plugin for Eclipse which requires a local installation of Mercurial. After installing MercurialEclipse it will complain that it cannot find hg. You can get it to using MacHg's bundled Mercurial by changing the Mercurial Executable path to:
Published on Wednesday, 01 June 2011 13:23
Written by row1
I guess you could also set up an alias in your environment variables so that hg points to the above path.