Since the begin, I have configured my mercurial repos using mercurial_adapter.rb (and not configuration.yml that isn't in use on my server): all have worked fine. But after the upgrade to 1.2.1 I have an error (see bug-in-action.png): I suppose that this error is raised by the double-quotes over hg: if I delete the quote and hit the same command via terminal all work fine.
Now, with your suggest, I have also installed  -1.9-x86.msi and repos return to work (without use of configuration.yml but mercurial_adapter.rb): in conclusion after redmine release 1.2.1 it seems that I need to install both  and  to work with repos.
Instead of using a batch file, create a file named "bc.sh" with the following line:"$(cygpath 'C:\Progra1\Beyond1\bcomp.exe')" `cygpath -w "$6"` `cygpath -w "$7"` /title1="$3" /title2="$5" /readonly
To use Beyond Compare for image comparisons either replace the file C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseIDiff.exe with a copy of BComp.exe, or click the Advanced button on the Diff Viewer tab and add each image type's extension with the same command line as above.
I was in the same boat. Very frustrating for something that should be able to be considered commercial software. I had to do the Update Embedded Mercurial which flashed download messages so quickly I did not have time to read them, then ponder where that got downloaded to when I did the Use Embedded Mercurial to select the hg.exe file. If you don't automatically know, and are taken to the last folder Sourcetree opened, (for Win10 users) you can navigate to:
I already was using Embedded Mercurial. I ran the update.I still got the error. I tried to follow Kelly's instruction to find the hg.exe file but could not find hg.exe However when I exited source tree and then reloaded I was able to pull my code successfully.
updating the embedded Mercurial and making sure it was chosen worked for me - but only after exiting and restarting Sourcetree. And it didn't even want to start from any of teh shortcuts - only from the actual .exe inside C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\SourceTree\app-2.3.1
Had similar with "The external program "SupportingExes\AlteryxRunner.exe" returned an error code" specifically with the Runners, but found it due to me trying to be clever and using TortoiseHG (Mercurial) for source control, and clearly there is a clash with Alteryx.
@rblomstrand "The external program "SupportingExes\AlteryxRunner.exe" returned an error code". Can you provide the exact Exact Text of Error? I want to see the error code. Is the error code: -1073741512 or -1073741511 or -1073741515 ?
gh-101467: The py.exe launcher now correctly filters when only asingle runtime is installed. It also correctly handles prefix matches ontags so that -3.1 does not match 3.11, but would still match3.1-32.
TeamCity server should be run with JRE 1.6 or above (was 1.5 previously). TeamCity .exe distribution is already bundled with appropriate Java. For .tar.gz or .war TeamCity distributions you might need to install and configure server manualy.
TeamCity agent should be run with JRE 1.6 or above (was 1.5 previously). Agent .exe distribution is already bundled with appropriate Java. If you used .zip agent distribution or installed the TeamCity agent with TeamCity version 5.0 or earlier, you might need manual steps. If you run TeamCity 6.5.x, please check "Agents" page of your existing TeamCity server: the page will have a yellow warning in case any of the connected agents are running JDK less than 1.6.
I enjoy using mercurial even though I don't have much opportunity to do so. For a while I will keep using both git and mercurial. There is a mercurial extension called hggit that makes this relatively easy and pain free. For git users there should be no drawbacks.
But I decided to finally put together a new release. There aren't any big news or changes. To be honest what pushed me to finally create a new release is that I forgot to move the "downloads' section from the bitbucket before they axed the mercurial repositories and as a result got a lot of mails/comments from people around to world. Sorry.
But what can you do e.g. with bitbucket sites (and analogues) that are built as usual Mercurial SCM repositories? Imagine you have a download page with links to binary files (.zip, .rar, .exe, .pdf etc.) and those files are disposed to update, often at that. To be downloaded or anyhow available, the binaries must be present in the site repository, i.e. in hg history.
On oracle.com and java.com, certain JDK bundle extensions are getting truncated on download when using Firefox version 102. The downloaded bundles have no file extension like ".exe", ".rpm", ".deb". If you are not able to upgrade to Firefox ESR 102.0.1 or Firefox 103 when it is released, then as a workaround you can:manually add a file extension to the file name after download.
use a different browser
Runtime.exec and ProcessBuilder have been updated in this release to tighten the constraints on the quoting of arguments to processes created by these APIs. The changes may impact applications on Microsoft Windows that are deployed with a security manager. The changes have no impact on applications that are run without a security manager.
Applications using Runtime.exec or ProcessBuilder with a security manager to invoke .bat or .cmd and command names that do not end in ".exe" may be more restrictive in the characters accepted for arguments if they contain double-quote, "&", "", "", or "^". The arguments passed to applications may be quoted differently than in previous versions.
For .exe programs, embedded double quotes are allowed and are encoded so they are passed to Windows as literal quotes. In the case where the entire argument has been passed with quotes or must be quoted to encode special characters including space and tab, the encoding ensures they are passed to the application correctly. The restrictions are enforced if there is a security manager and the jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands property is "false" or there is no security manager and property is not "false".
Two files, jre/bin/javaw.exe and jre/bin/jabswitch.exe, were not included in 8u171. As a workaround, users who need those files can download the non-server JRE and copy those files from it into their server JRE image.
This document proposes to usefossil,but any other distributed software configuration management system such asmonotone ormercurial (a.k.a. "hg"), orgit could serve just as well.The concept will be the same, though the specifics of the procedure will vary.
Fossil is a computer programthat must be installed on your machine before you use it.Fortunately, installing fossil is very easy. Fossil is a single"*.exe" file that you simply download and run. To uninstall fossil,simply delete the exe file. Detailed instructions for installing and getting started withfossil are available on the fossil website.
Our buildbot tries to build for Win32 for each commit, and uploads successful Visual Studio 2010 builds to a public webserver. If you want to grab these, it can save you time, if you just want to use a bleeding-edge SDL2.dll without compiling one yourself. You can grab the prebuilt library here ... the number represents the Buildbot build number; the bigger the number, the newer the build. These builds should work with just about any Windows compiler. We don't promise anything about the quality of these builds, though, and welcome feedback to improve them. Unzip the archive, point your project at its "include" directory for headers, and link against SDL2.lib (and optionally, SDLmain.lib if you want SDL to provide a WinMain() that calls your standard Unix-like main() function). Distribute the SDL2.dll with your app's .exe file, and you're good to go!
A free set of Microsoft Windows fonts may be retrieved from Note that the licensefor these fonts requires that they be distributed in the original.exe form, but the Linux folks have found ways to deal with that onnon-Windows systems.
Since we are using Nuget Package Restore we have to add the Nuget.exe to the repository. Normally we don't want to save Dll's and/or Exe's to the repository. The ignore file specifies this as the default. As such we have to add it manually. The same is true if down the line you need to use a 3rd party library that isn't available on NuGet. In this case I would create a lib folder in the root of the project and place my library files in this folder. From this folder I would add it to the repository and add a reference in VS.
Now Nwn2 compatible ! An editor for 2da, tlk, gff and nwn1-erf files written in Java ( source included ). REQUIRES Java 5 JRE or newer .Run TlkEdit2.exe to edit Nwn2 files and TlkEdit.exe for Nwn1. Do not edit Nwn2 files in Nwn1 mode and vice versa as this will result in broken tlk and gff files.Also includes the 2da patcher which allows you to create patches for easily adding lines to both 2da files and dialog.tlk. 2 Demo patches included : DwarvenDefender for non HotU users and dlpcpakv01 by Garad Moonbeam ( dragonlance races ) ) for use with the CODI Character Creator.Features :
The only workaround I found: First of all by installing Java I realised that it doesn't actualy install Java by default! Crazy... The way to actually install is by running Java installer AND changing the default installation folder. But even then TlkEdit2.exe doesn't work. So instead run tlkedit.jar and then open desired nwn2 file 041b061a72