Release Notes: This release provides GHC 6.10 support and fixes a crash on Windows with the darcs help command.
Release Notes: This release adds numerous optimizations and minor bugfixes. Darcs now scales much better to large repositories, and performs much better on huge files with many changes. "Darcs changes" has been extended to allow display of entire patches with the --verbose flag. Experimental support for working with Git repositories has been added.
Release Notes: This release has a new "rerecord" command, a few scalability improvements for huge repositories, and a few (relatively) minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Most of the functionality provided by the old "push" command has been split into two commands: "send" and "push". Win32 support has been improved, including support for sending patches by email via MAPI, the standard Windows email interface. Along with these major changes, a number of bugfixes and performance improvements were made.
Release Notes: Support was added for per-user preference setting which can be overridden by the existing per-repository preferences. Support was added for multiple-choice flags (such as --summary and --no-summary), so users can choose either one as the default option and then override it on the command line. File permissions in the working direcotry are now preserved. A few minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The repository format transition begun in darcs 0.9.14 has moved to the next stage. Also, a problem with text files lacking trailing newlines has been fixed. Both of these changes are dealt with by the convert-repo program. New repair, annotate, and rollback commands have been added, and darcs mv has been improved to better match the behavior of the ordinary shell mv. A number of performance improvements and minor bugfixes have been implemented, as well.
Release Notes: A number of bugs were fixed and repository locking during writes was implemented. Scaling when operating on large repositories was improved, and support for binary files was added. Various minor and not so minor bugs were fixed, and miscellaneous interface enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Support was added for GnuPG signing of patches, and verification of such signatures. A preliminary version of a centralized server was added. A bug in dealing with file renames was fixed. The move was made to the new repository format, which will reduce network load when accessing old repositories.