Release Notes: This beta release is suitable for everyday use but may cause some incompatibilities with plugins. Some plugins may need small updates to work. A new changelog merge plugin, better configuration for external merge tools, and some enhanced features for the configuration files are included. All known bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This is the fifth and last beta of the 2.3 series, leading up to a 2.3.0 release in February. Beta releases are suitable for everyday use, but may cause some incompatibilities with plugins. 2.3b5 includes bugfixes for committing to stacked branches, smoother upgrades of multiple branches, compatibility with Python 2.7, full test suite passing on Ubuntu Natty and Windows, fewer round trips for several smart server operations, better support text conflict resolution actions, and more. All known fixed bugs in other series (2.0, 2.1, and 2.2) are also included here.
Release Notes: This release includes bug fixes for the "config" command and conflict resolution. More changes were made for the test scripts handling to make it easier to add reproducing recipes to bugs. It also includes bug fixes from the 2.2.2 release as well as the bug fixes in the upcoming 2.0.7, 2.1.4, and 2.2.3 releases. This means that all known fixed bugs at the time of this release are included. Beta releases such as this one are suitable for everyday use but may cause some incompatibilities with plugins.
Release Notes: This is the first development release in the new split "stable" and "development" series. This release includes a fair amount of internal changes, with deprecated code being removed, and several new feature developments. All bugfixes present in 2.0.1 are present in 2.1.0b1. Highlights include support for "bzr+ssh://host~/homedir" style URLs, finer control over the plugin search path via extended BZR_PLUGIN_PATH syntax, visible warnings when extension modules fail to load, and improved error handling during unlocking.