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Re: [Monotone-devel] [ANNOUNCE] monotone 1.0 released
Re: [Monotone-devel] [ANNOUNCE] monotone 1.0 released
Sat, 26 Mar 2011 16:12:54 +0100
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Many, many, many thanks for your outstanding work!
A little intro page is now online on monotone.ca :)
Am 26.03.11 11:30, schrieb Richard Levitte:
> Monotone 1.0 is out!
> We, the monotone developers, are very proud to release version 1.0 of
> our distributed version control system.
> This is a major milestone, and a lot of effort has been made to make
> this release a reality. It contains quite a number of bug fixes,
> changes and new features. The tarball can be downloaded here ,
> binaries are posted on the same page as they come in.
> Following is the relevant part of the NEWS  file:
> Sat Mar 26 10:53:47 UTC 2011
> 1.0 release.
> - The database scheme was changed; please execute 'mtn db migrate'
> on all your local and remote databases.
> - In 'mtn conflicts resolve_first interactive', the result
> file name now defaults to _MTN/resolutions/<left_path>.
> (fixes monotone issue 103)
> - The French monotone translation has been updated and is
> now part of the main distribution again. Many thanks to
> Steve Petruzzello <address@hidden> for the outstanding
> - get_netsync_(read|write)_permitted have been extended to not
> only read the files read-permissions and write-permissions,
> but also the files in the subdirectories read-permissions.d
> and write-permissions.d.
> - monotone now also tracks the workspaces of databases which
> do not reside in a "managed" location.
> - automate now resets the locale to "POSIX" internally. This
> means that all scripts can expect the same untranslated
> messages from mtn automate, regardless of the locale of the
> calling process.
> - The hook 'get_netsync_key' has been split up into two separate
> hooks, one for client usage ('get_netsync_client_key', with
> the same arguments as the original 'get_netsync_key') and one
> for server usage ('get_netsync_server_key', with a single table
> argument containing all the given '--bind' options). Please
> review your custom hooks accordingly.
> - Short options ('-b', '-d', ...) are no longer completed. This
> fixes an invariant failure originating from wrong option usage.
> (closes monotone issue 141)
> New Features
> - 'mtn conflicts store' now outputs a count of the conflicts,
> and the name of the conflicts file.
> (fixes monotone issue 108)
> - New 'mtn list workspaces' command which outputs all the
> known workspaces for a specific database.
> (closes monotone issue 129)
> Bugs fixed
> - The internal line merger will actually preserve your line
> endings now, instead of changing everything to "\n".
> - Improved the help and fixed the argument indexing in
> 'conflicts resolve_first' (fixes monotone issue 101)
> - A regression from 0.48 prevented monotone from ordering the
> diff output of individual files alphabetically.
> (fixes monotone issue 102)
> - 'mtn privkey' did not recognize private keys solely available
> in the key store. This has been fixed.
> - Added compatibility with Botan 1.9.9 and newer.
> (fixes monotone issue 104)
> - 'mtn pull' and 'mtn sync' would always say that your workspace
> has not been updated. Now, it only does that when you used
> the '--update' option and there were no updates.
> (fixes monotone issue 106)
> - 'mtn automate remote' and 'mtn automate remote_stdio' now use
> a given database given by an alias to read, store and validate
> a remote server's key fingerprint (fixes monotone issue 95)
> - monotone gives a proper error message now if a netsync URI
> with the 'mtn' scheme misses the required host part
> (fixes monotone issue 110)
> - Whenever a binary file was removed and one would try to get
> a diff using mtn diff, it would report that "/dev/null is
> binary". This has been changed to it reports the actual
> name of the removed file instead.
> (fixes monotone issue 111)
> - monotone no longer wrongly falls back on a :memory: database
> when no database option is given. It also prints out an
> informational message for commands like 'setup' and 'clone'
> that fall back on the configured default database, again,
> if no database is specified for these commands.
> (fixes monotone issue 113)
> - If 'mtn serve' is called with one or more '--bind' options,
> then the arguments to these options can now be specified
> again as follows:
> to listen to IP or host on the default port
> to listen to IP or host on the specified port - or
> to listen on all interfaces on the specified port
> (fixes monotone issue 119)
> - monotone no longer enforces ".mtn" as file extension for
> managed databases. A new Lua hook, get_default_database_glob(),
> is used instead to determine a pattern which matches
> accepted database filenames and this pattern by default
> accept files ending with both, ".mtn" and ".db".
> (fixes monotone issue 128)
> - monotone now gives a proper error message when an incomplete
> or partial identifier contains non-hex digits.
> (fixes monotone issue 143)
> - Performance of "mtn ls changed" has been improved and is now
> comparable to "mtn status". (fixes monotone issue 120)
> - The source tree has been reorganized. Sources, tests and
> documentation now reside in specific directories and many
> smaller improvements in terms of source code cleanup,
> developer documentation and general build infrastructure
> accompany this big change.
> - Added a new directory extra/, which contains monotone hooks and
> related scripts that have been shown to work. Most of these get
> installed, usually somewhere under $(prefix)/share/monotone.
> Please read extra/README for further information.
> - Added the mtn-cleanup Perl script that returns a workspace to its
> pristine state with the minimum amount of change. This script is
> in the extra/bin directory.
> Thank you all for your ongoing support!
> On behalf of the monotone team,
> Richard Levitte
>  http://www.monotone.ca/downloads.php
>  http://www.monotone.ca/NEWS
> Richard Levitte address@hidden
> "Life is a tremendous celebration - and I'm invited!"
> -- from a friend's blog, translated from Swedish
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