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Version 0.16 of tig

Release Notes: The TIG_DIFF_OPTS environment variable was introduced to configure the diff view and in turn deprecates use of the TIG_{MAIN,DIFF,LOG,TREE,BLOB}_CMD environment variables. Diff view limits diffs using the file arguments passed on the command line. Detached heads are marked with "[HEAD]". Support was added for displaying dates in local time. Several memory leaks were plugged. Unbind was fixed and is now allowed to work for run requests.

Other releases

  •  10 Aug 2013 16:02

    Release Notes: This release adds a new stash view to help manage work in progress and improves the log view and re-enables it on the commandline. Among other notable changes, it is now possible to jump directly from the diff/blob/stage view to the corresponding file.

    •  12 Oct 2012 21:12

    Release Notes: This minor update adds basic support for line wrapping, a vertical view split mode, autobuild improvements, and a lazy navigation mode (which avoid loading child views). Note that tig no longer uses move/copy detection by default, to work better on large repositories. See the release notes for the full list of changes and how to restore the old behavior.

    •  11 May 2012 19:43

      Release Notes: This release brings many smaller tweaks and improvements, as well as a number of fixes and compatibility changes to work with newer versions of git.

      •  29 Aug 2011 09:00

      Release Notes: This release brings several diff and blame view improvements, as well as a handful of bug fixes. It also marks that the tig repository now sports 1001 commits.

      •  07 Mar 2011 07:25

      Release Notes: An ncurses 2.8 issue was fixed by passing a non-zero column size to newwin. Opening of diffs when browsing branches was improved. A rewritten revision graph renderer was added; three modes are supported: UTF-8, ncurses line graphics, and ASCII. Revision graph rendering is enabled by default.


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