Mercurial repository generates error

We are using Mercurial as our SCM system. So I added an repository to Fishey and Crucible. The first pull is ok and I can view the source code. But afterwards there is an error generated. ()

Unable to pull from remote repository; searching for changes no changes found.

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Sounds like you're using Mercurial 2.1.
The current version of FishEye is not compatible with Hg 2.1, see FE-3947.
Downgrading to Hg 2.0.2 or 1.9 should work fine.

That's it! I was looking for a bug or issue, but I couldn't find it.

But it's not only in fisheye, also bamboo and maybe other atlassian tools are affected by this change!

I think that I found the cause of the problem. When there are no changes found Mercurial returns 1 as the exit code. It looks like atlassian is using this exitcode to generate errors.

Is there a way to solve this?

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