|| ||Richard Levitte <richard-AT-levitte.org>|
|| ||[ANNOUNCE] monotone 0.40 released|
|| ||Fri, 11 Apr 2008 02:31:26 +0200 (CEST)|
Time for yet another release!
This release has a few changes that speeds up internal operations,
some new features, and bug fixes of course. Details below.
Note that this release contains database schema changes, so you will
have to migrate your databases (after taking a backup, of course!).
Fri Apr 11 22:50:44 UTC 2008
- The vim merger has been improved and now uses diff3 to merge
non-conflict changes automatically before executing vimdiff.
- Values used with the --depth option used to control recursion with
node and path restrictions have changed. Using --depth=0 now means
exactly the specified directories and *not* their children. Using
--depth=1 now means the specified directories and their immediate
children. Previously --depth=0 included children and --depth=1
included grandchildren and it was not possible to exclude children
using --depth. The simple fix for anyone using --depth is to add 1 to
the values they are using.
- Document that ssh: and file: sync transports are not supported on
- `commit' now uses keydir specified in _MTN/options
- duplicate name conflicts now show a proper error message, even if
a parent directory got renamed as well. In that case, the error
message now shows both names for the directory and the offending
- The bare parent selector 'p:' can now be used in a workspace to
query the parent(s) of the workspace' base revision. This is
equivalent to "mtn au select p:`mtn au get_base_workspace_revision`".
- push, pull, and sync can be run with a single argument, which looks
- Update Botan to 1.7.4.
- Usage of the internal app_state object has been reduced, objects
are better encapsulated now. The database interface has been
enhanced to ease reduction of locking contention in the future.
- Merged the two indexes on revision_certs into a single one.
- The database schema has been changed so that it now stores
binary SHA1 hashes rather than their hexadecimal encoding,
in most places where these are used. This reduces the
database size and speeds up operations a little.
Users who like to fiddle with the database directly are
advised to use the sqlite functions hex() and quote() to
print columns that store hashes (including IDs), and the
hexadecimal literal notation x'DEADBEEF' to input them.
- Binary SHA1 hashes are also used for most in-memory
processing, avoiding conversions and saving memory.
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