Installing extensions for Mercurial

Detailed instructions are here.
Create forlder ~/.hgextensions
Copy extesion files to this folder.

Open ~/.hgrc Mercurial’s config file and add [extensions] section. It might look something like:

[extensions]
kilnauth=~/.hgextensions/kiln_extensions/kilnauth.py

At the moment of this post Kiln did not support SSH connection. Kilnauth extension stores cookies and keeps you authenticated so that you don’t have to to type username and password again and again when connecting via https.

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