I've been playing around with Mercurial and the GUI provided by TortoiseHg and I've decided I don't like TortoiseHg that much. But I also don't like leaving the command prompt open all the time just for an occasional repository action. And I also don't like Win+R -> cmd -> [series of commands that navigate to the repo directory].
What I'd really like is some easy way to open a directory I'm in (from Windows Explorer) in the command prompt. Whether it's a shell extension so right click -> "Open dir in cmd" or if it's in the SendTo -> Cmd or even I guess a hotkey (though I'd rather not run a little hotkey app the whole time just for this one little use case scenario).
I thought I saw something like this already on DC but I can't find it. So if it already exists, please help point me to it. If not, please someone take up the cause and code it! (c:
EDIT: Krishean made it super easy! (click the blue text below to quickly get to the download)
I took the liberty of compiling everything listed in the thread into one reg file (and one to reverse the changes)
works on windows 7 (should work the same on both x86 and x64) dunno if it does anything on xp, may or may not work on vista
works with rightclicking on a blank area of the directory
works with rightclicking on a drive or directory
shift+rightclicking adds the additional option of "Open administrator command window here"