Is there a way to use Mercurial repositories for a project?

I would like to use my source currently in Mercurial (hosted on Java.net) Is this possible? Do I really need to migrate to hosted SVN?

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Hi Javier,

If you clone your Mercurial repository to Bitbucket then you can use JIRA's Bitbucket integration in OnDemand. The integration does not yet extend to the other applications (e.g. FishEye, Bamboo) at this time though.

Hopefully the integration is 100% functional soon so I can use the service for something actually.

Any update on an ETA of this functionallity? Or when Mercurial will be supported as a hosted solution with OnDemand?

Any update on an ETA of this functionallity? Or when Mercurial will be supported as a hosted solution with OnDemand?

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