We are proud to announce the release of gc-utils v0.2.2.
Version 0.2.2 of gc-utils is mainly a maintainance release for BSD like systems that don't have gnu install(1) on their systems, as it fixes an installation issue on those systems.
ChangeLog | 6 ++++++
Makefile | 2 +-
doc/Makefile | 8 ++++----
src/Makefile | 11 +++++++----
src/gc-utils.sh | 5 ++++-
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We are proud to announce gc-utils v0.2.0 "the yellow t-shirt" release.
The following changes since version 0.1.0:
are available in the git repository at:
David Soria Parra (7):
Let install(1) create our directories
Change required git version from 1.5.4 to 1.5.3
Fix the check for git versions
Tests: Wait a second before recommiting a change
Merge branch 'maint'
Merge branch 'master' into next
gc-utils version 0.2.0 the 'yellow t-shirt' release... read more
I'm pleased to annouce the availability of gc-utils 0.1.0
This release tries to focuse on improving the test suite and to fix smaller
bugs as well as doing some code cleanup.
I'm pleased to annouce the availability of gc-utils 0.0.4.
0.0.4 focuses on making gc-utils simpler to use and provide less options but use a good set of default options. In addition to that, the gc-utils command was added which is a simple wrapper around the gc-* scripts. gc-utils now comes with a growing test suite.
Today we released version 0.0.3 of gcutils which includes the multi-commit tool and fixes several bugs since 0.0.2 (and 0.0.3 beta 1)
Since today, beta1 of the v0.0.3 release of gcutils is available. It fixes a bug with the -w options of git-cvsimport. Furtheremore the gc-multi-commit tool was enhanced
Today alpha 1 of version 0.0.3 of gcutils was released. It comes with an interactive commit script called gc-multi-commit as well as some additional options to the other scripts.
Version 0.0.2 is the initial release of gcutils. It's a set of shell scripts wrapping git-cvsexportcommit and git-cvsimport scripts that makes interaction between cvs and git easier.
Git 0.0.2 is considered as stable and should run on nearly every shell (bash, zsh, ksh, but _not_ tcsh or csh).