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  •  20 Nov 2005 05:25
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    Release Notes: ArX now uses three-way merging as a default, and supports third party merge tools. ArX is also much more clever about renames. "merge" now uses the --update option instead of using heuristics. ArX now records when there are conflicts in the tree, and will not let you commit unless they are resolved. ArX now uses -v and -q for verbosity. "commit" now supports --author and --date options for Tailor. The patch queue manager has been updated, and some small bugs were fixed.

    •  21 Jul 2005 08:02
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      Release Notes: "annotate" was implemented and "log" was enhanced. The patch queue was updated and tests were modified to work with ArX. "fork", "replay", and "merge" no longer support out-of-place forks. "arx help" now works. The autoconf scripts for Python configuration were revamped to use a standard autoconf macro. INSTALL.GENERIC was updated with details. Revision libraries and "library" were removed. Some limitations in "merge", "diff", and "replay" were removed.

      •  06 May 2005 08:47
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        Release Notes: The licensing problems with the Boost libraries have been fixed, and binary packages of ArX are now available. "tag" has been enhanced so that you can tag the latest revision of a particular branch (floating tags), instead of just one particular revision. Plain old HTTP support has been fixed and streamlined. "merge", "fork", "export", and "diff" have seen minor changes. The manual has seen a number of improvements.

        •  11 Mar 2005 05:52
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          Release Notes: Security fixes and a few new features were added. An insecure path handling issue with building configurations was fixed by removing the configuration mechanism and enhancing the capabilities of "tag" so that it can take its place. "diff" now has a recursive option, "merge" and "replay" are much simpler, "make-dist" and "init-tree" were renamed to "export" and "init", and gpg is now much less chatty.

          •  25 Jan 2005 07:05
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            Release Notes: This release featured cryptographic signatures, improved mirroring, better support for plain HTTP archives, and support for OS X and Windows under Cygwin. The way that archives are registered has changed, so all archives will have to be reregistered.

            •  21 Nov 2004 04:24
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              Release Notes: This release features more efficient operation over high latency networks. In addition, the spurious WebDAV warnings are now suppressed, and a number of smaller bugs are fixed.

              •  09 Nov 2004 05:21
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                Release Notes: This is an unstable release. This release features a number of performance enhancements that should make ArX fast for even the largest trees. This release also features efficient handling of binaries. The documentation and help screen are cleaned up, the short options are regularized, and a number of commands have been combined.

                •  07 Oct 2004 07:11
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                  Release Notes: This unstable release introduced major incompatibilities. Cryptographic checksums, internationalization, arbitrary properties, and automatic archive discovery were added. The annoying--long--names requirements, ++funky =names, and archive format oddities were removed. The inventory methods were cleaned up and the workflow was simplified in places. Branch and revision autocompletion in the emacs mode no longer works.

                  •  22 Apr 2004 04:05
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                    Release Notes: This release fixed an archive corruption bug in "tag" and the Python bindings and updated the HTML documentation. A few other commands were reimplemented, thus completing the rewrite of the program into C++.

                    •  20 Apr 2004 00:21
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                      Release Notes: This is a security update bundled with a number of new features. There was a format string vulnerability in libneon. This release replaces all of the networking code with gnome-vfs. In addition, almost all of the commands have now been reimplemented in C++, yielding improved performance and reliability.

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