Release Notes: The Branch Browser can now draw merge arrows for merges tracked by Subversion 1.5's mergeinfo property and CVSNT's mergepoint feature. The work-around of using tags is no longer necessary if your Subversion or CVSNT server and client support their own merge tracking. The Branch Browser has a new search ability, so you can highlight a revision on the diagram by its version, date, tag, or author. If your SVN repository has a structure that's functionally similar to trunk, branches, and tags but with different names, you can tell TkCVS about it by setting variables.
Release Notes: TkCVS now also supports Subversion. Its tools for status, tagging, branching, merging, and checking in/out work for both systems. TkCVS can draw branch diagrams of the revision history of CVS and Subversion files.
Release Notes: Vendor Merge was reincluded. Bugs in the merge functionality were fixed, and the installer no longer hard-codes the library path - the program now figures out where it is at run-time. There is now a standalone Mac OS X package.
Release Notes: This version introduces a method of visualizing merge activity using tagging. The execution of CVS commands is less intrusive than in 7.1.x. This version includes TkDiff 4.0 which has much-improved handling of PC-style filenames.
Release Notes: This release features a beautiful new revision-history diagram and many functional enhancements. There's a new Merge tool, and you can invoke the log browser on a single file from the command line, saving a lot of time if you're working with a remote repository.
Release Notes: The main file browsing window has been improved. It now has icons to indicate the status of the files. The right mouse button activates context-sensitive popup menus. The module browser now reads whatever information is available in the modules file before it looks for the tkcvs-specific extensions. Thus, if there is a modules file at all, some information will be available without the additional comments.