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General: * greatly improved merge tool configuration, see "hgrc.5.txt" for details * improved copy/rename handling in diffs, status, and merge * files in .hg inherit permissions from .hg/store * infer --repository when possible, so commands may be run from anywhere. * easy-installable * new "droplet" logo
Extensions: * churn: promoted to an official extension (previously in contrib) * color: new extension coloring "status" and "qseries" command outputs * convert: - allow synthetic history to be spliced in with --splicemap - support GNU Arch and Monotone sources - svn: allow shallow conversions of single branches with convert.svn.startrev option. - svn: make trunk/branches/tags layout detection more flexible by allowing either of them to be skipped. - svn: preliminary support as a conversion target * hgk: configuration file changed from .gitk to .hgk * highlight: new extension enabling syntax highlighting in hgweb file view (requires pygments) * inotify: new extension using Linux 2.6 inotify API for instant status checking * keyword: new extension for filewise RCS-keyword expansion in working directory * mq: new --currentdate, --date, --currentuser, and --user options * record: add "qrecord" command when used with mq * win32mbcs: new extension dealing with problematic MBCS behavior on Windows
Web interface: * improved WSGI integration and compatibility * follow symlinks in hgwebdir collections * show branches in most of gitweb templates * add line anchors to annotate, changeset, diff and file views * support web.baseurl in hgwebdir, overriding SCRIPT_NAME
08.10.2008 Adriaan de Groot (adridg): Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall [[ Yes, it's Violent Femmes Reference Time again! ]] I've gone and set up some Mercurial repositories and clones and whatnot now, some of which are publicly accessible, some which are local to my workstation, and somewhat to my surprise I can see the season's cycle [[ XTC reference time! ]] that Aaron, Dirk and Sebas talked about show up in a fairly natural fashion. And I've come up with another mixed metaphor, that development life is a highway [[ Tom Petty? ]] and you can ride it all night long, but there must be some way to get out .. nah. I'll just explain later. The top three repositor...10.10.2008 Adriaan de Groot (adridg): Local repository management and layout One last entry on the topic of DVCS and repository management; I'm quite warming to the topic and the use of DVCS in general. So much so that I got a query on IRC the other day whether I was involved in the KDE transition to some other SCM system -- and if Mercurial had been picked for that. Well, "no" and "no". People who know all about this stuff are Thiago (for the Qt Software unit in Nokia) and the KDE Release Team and Dirk and Sebas. There's a mailing list scm-interest (I think it's called) for people who have a concrete dedication to improving the SCM for KDE. It's not just about being...31.03.2009 Alexander Neundorf: On DVCSs... I thought I share a few interesting links: Gnome switches to git: http://mail.gnome.org/archives/desktop-devel-list/2009-March/msg00086.html But not everybody does so, e.g. Python is switching right now to Mercurial: http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-dev/2009-March/087931.html Eric Sinc has an interesting blog about DVCSs: http://www.ericsink.com/ Ah, yes, Joel also mentions git http://www.joelonsoftware.com/items/2009/03/09.html Alex30.06.2010 Adriaan de Groot (adridg): Last minute preparations The old adage "if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it" applies, but nonetheless I felt the need to fix my laptop. It was cluttered with FSFE materials that I shouldn’t be carrying around, for one thing, and the Kubuntu 9.04 on it was decidedly long in the tooth. As prepwork for Akademy (o harbinger of doom!) I decided to clean it up: one Linux install, one OpenSolaris. This is an MSI 620GX laptop, which is a Centrino 2 based machine. Hardly exotic stuff. For social reasons — as in, Sebas had recently written glowingly about it — I started off with OpenSUSE 11.2...29.04.2008 Holger Freyther (zecke): Looking back at Guademy I have attended WebKit and the Qt integration, produced some Qt 4.4. While preparing the slides I was in a constant wow mode. It is incredible what the Trolls added to Qt 4.4. It was probably a bit too much but it highlights what a team of excellent programmers can achieve when they focus on a common goal. Qt developers keep on rocking!It was nice to catch up with some of my fellow KDE developers, see some GNOME developers, talk with local developers. I think events like the Guadec are really helpful, not only you can catch up with developers from your village, but also to see people from othe...29.04.2008 Roland Wolters (liquidat): UVC support soon in vanilla kernel? UVC standard. There is of course a Linux driver available, however this is not part of the vanilla kernel yet due to interview with the German 29.04.2008 Rex Dieter: notice of rawhide (F-10) doom: kde-4.1 Similar to fedora KDE-SIG will be importing 10.09.2016 Хостинг Fedorahosted закрывается в пользу Pagure.io Команда поддержки инфраструктуры Linux-проекта Fedora объявила о намерении прекратить поддержку своего старого сервиса для хостинга исходного кода fedorahosted.org. Ему на смену пришёл Pagure.io. Fedorahosted появился в конце 2007 года и использовал систему Trac для тикетов и вики-страниц, поддерживал различные инструменты для контроля версий исходного кода (Git, Subversion, Mercurial, Bazaar). Однако, как пояснили в Fedora, с ростом новых рабочих процессов и репозиториев…10.11.2015 Amarok is slowly catching up I was previously working on Macaw-Movies (already in the KDE Community) and, after a while, I felt really alone and wasn’t so sure if a movie organizer still made sense in this all-connected time, where you can stream whatever you are interested in. I finally went to the Amarok guys, cloned the source and began to help to port it to the Frameworks. The plan Aroonav (roguedragon) did his GSoC on this topic . And I catch up at the end of August. What is the plan? In theory it was this: Remove all KDELibs from the dependencies Port the CMakeLists.txt Get to 100% of build Start the prog...24.10.2016 Kdenlive packages available for testing Getting the correct dependencies and up to date version of required libraries has always been a challenge for Kdenlive users. So we are pleased to announce that we now provide binary packages for download. These packages contain the latest Kdenlive development version (git master), as well as current development versions of MLT, Frei0r, OpenCV. The GPU movit library is not included at this stage. There might be some performance hit due to the nature of the formats, but these packages will be most helpful to debug and test the alpha/beta versions so that we can provide better releases. It w...