This is a bugfix release.
CvsShell 0.5 has been released. It contains many new features, enhancements and bugfixes.
I have released version 0.4 a bit earlier than planned.
It fixes some bugs and has one new feature ;-)
The bug where using the pager crashed cvsshell is fixed.
I've just released CvsShell 0.3.1. It fixes some bugs on the windows
platform and also a bug with the status command. It doesn't contain
any other changes.
Sorry for the inconvenience of releasing 0.3.1 only 12 hours after
CvsShell 0.3 has been released. This version contains a lot
of new features and enhancements.
This release brings a bug-fix and a small improvement for the auto-refresh feature.
CvsShell 0.2 released!
CvsShell is a console-based cvs client. It provides convenient access
to the cvs commands through a shell-like user interface.
* CvsShell prompts you for all arguments needed for executing a command.
* Aliases for different cvsroots.
* Listing of all modified files in the current directory tree.
* Operations on files in the listing can be executed quickly, because
those files can be accessed using a numerical ID instead of a
(typically long) pathname.
* Output of external shell commands can be embedded in cvsshell commands.
* IDs of files in the listing can be used in external shell commands.
* Shortcuts for cvs commands:
- Commit is automatically executed after an add or delete command (if you
- Renaming files with cvs is lenghty: you have the rename the file in the
local filesystem, remove the old file, add the new file and commit your
changes. With CvsShell, this is done with a single command.
* New commands can be integrated easily into CvsShell.... read more
Version 0.1 is the first release of CvsShell. Enjoy it! It would be nice to get some feedback from the users of CvsShell.