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How do I uninstall Mercurial from SourceTree?


In my pull request there is indentation error. My code is not aligned properly in the pull request though it is fine in the text editor. I looked for help and got to know that uninstalling Mercurial will work. But I am lost after this.

Can someone tell how to proceed after this? I need the solution ASAP!



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minnsey Atlassian Team Oct 01, 2018

There is no mechanism in the app to uninstall Mercurial, but you can close Sourcetree and then delete %localappdata%/Atlassian/Sourcetree/hg_local folder.

Re-starting Sourcetree should prompt you about the missing Mercurial and one option will be to say you don't want to use Mercurial

thanks it worked

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