[ANNOUNCE] Guilt v0.24
From: Josef Sipek
Date: Sun Apr 29 2007 - 17:06:47 EST
Sorry for the delayed announcement...
Guilt v0.24 is available for download.
Guilt (Git Quilt) is a series of bash scripts which add a Mercurial
queues-like functionality and interface to git.
The major changes are in status and fork commands. guilt-status now accepts
a number of flags to display only certain subset of changed files (e.g.,
only newly added files). guilt-fork is now smarter about the naming of
patches - following quilt's lead.
Additionally, Brandon Philips, went a head, and create a Debian package for
Guilt. So, if you are a Debian Unstable user, you can Guilt through apt.
As always, patches, and other feedback is welcome.
Josef "Jeff" Sipek.
Changes since v0.23:
Eric Lesh (4):
guilt-fork: Rename patches sequentially (ala quilt)
guilt-fork: Use first argument (if given) as name of new patch
Documentation/guilt-fork: document argument to choose name of new patch
guilt: Add -h option to show man pages
Josef 'Jeff' Sipek (7):
status: Major cleanup of status
Docs: Document all options for status
status: Added -n to hide status prefix from ouput
status: change into the top of the repo before checking for changes
Docs: Fixed up description of series -v
pop: Added -f to force popping of the patch
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