Can FishEye OnDemand integrate with Mercurial hosted internally?

We want to have FishEye hosted OnDemand and configured to point at our Mercurial repository hosted internally. We would make our Mercurial repository accessible via HTTPS.

Does FishEye OnDemand support talking to an internally hosted Mercurial repository accessible via HTTPS?

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When using OnDemand, it is an all-inclusive suite of applications. Everything is designed to be hosted by us sans Bamboo which only uses Amazon's EC2. As such, unfortunately, you cannot link it to your internal Mercurial repo.

In that case, what can we do? Since Mercurial doesn't support SVN packets, how else can we get our source code onto your servers?

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