monotone is a distributed version control system with a flat peer model, cryptographic version naming, meta-data certificates, decentralized authority, and overlapping branches. It works out of a transactional version database stored in a regular file, and uses a custom network protocol for efficient database synchronization.
|Tags||Software Development Version Control|
|Translations||Swedish German Italian|
Release Notes: This is a major milestone. It contains quite a number of bug fixes, changes, and new features.
Release Notes: This release contains almost countless bug fixes, changes, and new features. Among them are a heavily extended revision selector functionality, a much improved user interface, and the possibility to "dry-run" network operations.
Release Notes: This release fixes a security related problem by which a monotone server could be remotely stopped (but only if it was configured to allow remote command execution) and has some other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release comes with dozens of bugfixes - a fall-out of joint efforts during a bug hunt fest earlier this year - and some interesting new features, such as an improved changelog editing view and new database management features.
Release Notes: This release features many bugfixes, a new translation (Portuguese), and major performance improvements for projects with larger trees.