Help with Mercurial plugin for Xcode

I am running Xcode 5 and have a BitBucket Mercurial repo setup, which I have cloned locally. I cannot, however, connect to either from within Xcode via the Mercurial (Creaceed) plugin. Has anyone out there figured this out, and would you be willing to point me in the right direction?

I tried email Creaceed, but they just moved into new offices and are not able to respond. I am anxious to get this setup for my team so we can relieve ourselves of Subversion once and for all.

Thanks for any input!!

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I was looking for a way to change the search path that Xcode uses to find the mercurial binary (since I have it installed via homebrew) but I ended up having to use:

sudo easy_install mercurial

and then duplicating the

/Library/Python/2.7/site-packages/mercurial-2.9-py2.7-macosx-10.9-intel.egg

folder, renaming to just mercurial.

That said I haven't had a chance to actually test if the plugin works on Xcode 5, our server is down atm. I'll edit again with an update.

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