Mercurial version control systems allow multiple users to work on the same project usually used by software developers. It manages code and allows versions to be created and submitted by different end-users. In technical terms, it provides distributed source control management with an easy to use and intuitive interface. It is compatible with both Apple’s macOS and Microsoft Windows systems.
Detailed Mercurial pricing has not been disclosed, but it is in line with leading competitors in the Version Control Systems market. Most software companies and vendors require users to contact them with details so they can offer competitive personalized pricing based on exact business needs. For more details on the best Mercurial pricing plans and offers contact the vendor directly.
Mercurial version control systems provide a step-by-step guide for all its users to be able to use the software. It has a book, tips, and tricks, How-To’s, and more available in the News/Wiki section on its website. It also has support available through a vast community of developers and enthusiasts that use the tool and the forum.
Distributed ArchitectureTake advantage of a truly distributed architecture with a copy of the entire development history for each developer. Enjoy independence from issues arising out of network access or a central server for all versions.
Powerful and FastLeverage the implementation and data structures designed for speed and use Mercurial for large projects.
Platform IndependentExperience platform independence as most of it is written in Python, and for performing some of it is in portable C. Benefit from the fact that binary releases are available on all major platforms.
Extension FriendlyIncrease functionality by using extensions shipped with Mercurial, the ones available on the website’s Wiki or create independently. Use all the core system functions and modify or add commands with extensions.
Open SourceIt is open-source software and hence available for everyone.