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Viewing a remote repository via SSH

Hello.

 

I am new to SourceTree and Mercurial, so forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I was wondering if it is possible to view a remote Mercurial repository via SSH.  I know it is possible to clone via SSH and view the local clone, but I can't see any way to via the remote repository directly.

 

Thanks,

Carl

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Dec 10, 2018

Hi Carl, welcome to the Community!

What do you mean by "view a remote repository"? Can you elaborate a bit more on what you're trying to achieve, so we can see if there's a solution for that?

Cheers :)

Ana

Hello.

 

I have a repository on host A (which is a unix box), which I have cloned to my local machine (which is a Windows box) using SSH.  I know I can use SourceTree to view my local repository (the one on my Windows box), but can I use SourceTree to view the repository on host A?

 

Thanks,

 

Carl

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