Just packaged another tool, this time it's Mercurial, the distributed version control system (http://mercurial.selenic.com/
). It's just been moved to /beta so you should be able to download it now.
It built pretty cleanly apart from a couple of minor patches, which I have submitted upstream and should make it into the next stable release.
I've tested it with my checked-out projects here on both my Fuel and Octane2, all seem to work fine. I've tested both local-only repositories, as well as pushing/cloning/pulling from remote HTTP sites. Only problem I have found is that accessing SSL-enabled repositories produces warnings, due to the old version of Python (2.5). Apart from that, it seems to work great - and the projects do seem to get checked out, it just warns you it can't check the certificate.
Anyway, if anyone could give this package a quick check, I'd appreciate it. Any comments / criticism etc. all gratefully received