Use the dialog box to set up a local repository by downloading the data from a remote repository.
|Mercurial Repository URL||In this text box, type the URL of the remote repository which you want to clone.|
|Test||Click this button to check that connection to the remote repository has been established successfully.|
|Parent Directory||In this text box, specify the directory where you want PyCharm to create a folder for your local Mercurial repository. Type the path manually or click the Browse button and choose the desired directory in the dialog that opens.|
|Directory Name||In this text box, type the name of the new folder into which the repository will be cloned.
The parent directory must not contain a folder with the specified name.
|Clone||Click this button to start cloning the specified repository.|