Version 0.6 of reposurgeon

Release Notes: This release was tweaked to pass through git submodules without failing and contains a fix for a subtle bug in error handling.

Other releases

  •  13 Apr 2014 18:00

    Release Notes: The attribution-parsing code handles odd characters in names better now. The filter command can operate on email addresses as well as names. There is a new 'stamp' command to report action stamps of commits. A new 'count' command reports selection-set counts. A new branchify_mapping option for renaming Subversion branches on analysis.

    •  28 Mar 2014 19:11

      Release Notes: This release adds a new transcode command for moving metadata to UTF-8 and a new @dsc() function for selecting all descendants of a selection set.

      •  15 Mar 2014 23:11

        Release Notes: This release adds a --dedos option for the filter command to change \r\n line endings to \n, an append command for annotating comments, a new form of "graft" which allows greater control of graft points, and an =I selector to find non-UTF-8 commit metadata. The "b" search code has been changed to appropriately match non-commits. Imported stream comments led with # are preserved as passthroughs. Buggy text searches of authors fields has been fixed.

        •  19 Feb 2014 23:36

          Release Notes: A major rewrite of the generic conversion makefile. Fixes a bug in the graft and unite commands.

          •  15 Feb 2014 00:49

            Release Notes: An @amp() function useful for logic-gating in conjunctive expressions. A new 'assign' command allows precomputation of expensive selections (there's an 'unassign' as well). An exec/eval facility for custom Python extensions. Path rename has --relax and --force options to deal with oath collisions. A new --changelog option of coalesce can recognize FSF-style ChangeLog files.


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