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  1. Guys, Whoever is still using Mercurial on Bitbucket, it's time to migrate to GIT. Bitbucket is deprecating Mercurial: The procedure is easy enough: Install stuff virtualenv -p python2.7 ~/python . ~/python/bin/activate pip install dulwich urllib3 brotli ipaddress or if you don'd mind installing stuff directly into your System sudo pip-2.7 install dulwich urllib3 brotli ipaddress And then follow the instructions on https://hg-git.github.io Windows users will need a slightly different procedures, but it's essentially the same thing. Some older KSP projects are hosted in Bitbutcket, and perhaps some of them are using Mercurial. It seems a good time to clone and convert them for historical reasons!
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