Release Notes: Amongst some minor bugfixes, this release also features a new "server mode" with which remote monotone databases can be explored, and requires monotone 0.99.1 or later.
Release Notes: This fourth release candidate comes with a few new nifty features like an improved changeset browser and enhanced certificate support, as well as a couple of other smaller improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes some critical bugs and also adds support for drag'n'drop renaming in the workspace, among other minor improvements.
Release Notes: This is the second release in a series of smaller releases which aims at the stabilization of the guitone codebase. A lot of bugs were fixed in the code; only a few outstanding issues remain. The addition of an annotation view is the most visible new feature of this release.
Release Notes: This is the first release in a series of smaller releases which is considered feature-complete and which aims at the stabilization of the guitone codebase towards the final release of 1.0 in the near future. Oustanding new functionality includes the possibility to synchronize with other monotone nodes, the execution of almost all workspace commands (namely add, drop, revert, rename, ignore, unignore, and update), the creation of new monotone databases and new projects, and many more bugfixes and smaller improvements.
Release Notes: This release contains many minor bugfixes and two new features. You can now select the correct encoding for a diffed file and there is a new "Node information" dubbed information window for workspace items which contains useful information about them.
Release Notes: Notable changes include a new automated "driver" interface to call parts of the application from the outside (see README.driver for more information), numerous improvements and speedups in workspace mode, and dozens of bugfixes. Note that guitone's license has been switched to GPLv3, so you can only legally link it to Qt 4.3.4 or later from now on.
Release Notes: There are only a few "new" things you can actually see. The most notable of these include the file history browser, a new icon set, and numerous other improvements in existing dialogs. An extensive internal overhaul was done to make the program smoother, faster, and less prone to crashes and other errors. mtn error detection was improved. Some of the outstanding platform bugs on Mac OS X and Windows were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes build problems in release builds. Guitone also no longer hangs when a workspace is loaded on Win32. It should be possible now to build and run guitone on 64-bit machines properly.
Release Notes: New features include the ability to commit workspace revisions, a changeset browser, the ability to check-out revisions locally, the ability to view and export files for any revision, the ability to diff two distinct revisions, a check to notify the user if a newer version is available (using Sparkle on Mac OS X), the ability to open single databases and trigger actions on them, support for multiple open windows, the ability to define databases or workspaces as command line arguments, EventManager integration on Mac OS X, configurable application logging, and many more improvements and bugfixes.