A few weeks ago I mentioned that I was going to look into moving the source code for a small application I wrote to GitHub. After several days using Git, I found that although it is similar to Mercurial, I still feel more comfortable with Mercurial.
However, in the process of looking at Git, I discovered that Google Code hosting now supports Mercurial! In fact, their Mercurial support seems to be even better than BitBucket, which I was using previously for my Mercurial hosting. In particular, I had some issues with using BitBucket behind a firewall on a Virtual Machine that doesn't seem to be a problem with Google Code.
So anyway, I have now moved the MouseMover project to Google Code.
Here is a simple application I wrote years ago for situations where you want to prevent your screen saver from activating. This is handy for when you don't have control over screen saver functionality.
I'm thinking that when I get some time I'm going to work on getting the source up to GitHub. Although I've never used Git before, it seems similar to Mercurial (which I have used and like a lot) so it shouldn't be too hard, and it would be a good learning experience.
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