|| ||Petr Baudis <email@example.com>|
|| ||[ANNOUNCE] Cogito-0.10|
|| ||Mon, 9 May 2005 01:34:31 +0200|
I'm happy to announce new release of Cogito, my SCM-like layer upon
the Linus' GIT tree history storage engine, aiming for user-friendliness.
Get it at
or cg-update if you already have any decently fresh version.
The highlights are cg-logging of individual files, cg-export
foo.tar.gz, fixed cg-init of fresh trees (it makes an initial commit
now), cg-commit message processing enhancements (in cooperation mainly
with Marcel Holtmann), cg-restore, cg-admin-uncommit, and cg-X* stuff in
a library directory. And also merge with Linus, which brings some stuff
chronologically pre-cogito-0.9, but I forgot to pull before release.
* cg-update without parameters now does not recover lost files;
that functionality was moved to cg-restore which can do that
with individual files only too.
* cg-update and cg-pull w/o arguments default to "origin" again.
* cg-init SOURCE_LOC is now deprecated, cg-init should not be
called directly for the cloning stuff anymore. Use it only for
creating new repositories now.
* cg-clone can take a -s argument now which makes it to clone to
the current directory instead of a subdirectory.
I think the usage is very stabilized by now, and is actually quite
unlikely to change anymore - you can safely start to get used to it. The
only change still queued is removing cg-init SOURCE_LOC functionality
altogether; I'm delaying that yet mainly because of the
http://www.kernel.org/git/ text. ;-)
I think we are overall stabilizing very nicely, and might actually
be nearing cogito-1.0 (but let that not stop you doing anything yet...
perhaps except rewriting the whole thing in Befunge).
Please note that my patch queue is basically empty now. The only
things I have marked for consideration yet are:
4778 N Apr 22 Morten Welinder ( 7.0K) [PATCH] Constify
5607 N T Apr 28 Philip Pokorny ( 2.5K) PATCH[*/4]: Allow tree-id to return the ID of a tree
So if you have a patch you think I should have in my tree too, please
resend it. Do not forget to put the patch inline to the mail body or as
a text/plain attachment, and to sign it off.
Petr "Pasky" Baudis
C++: an octopus made by nailing extra legs onto a dog. -- Steve Taylor
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