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[ANNOUNCE] FSVS 1.1.13 released

Author pmarek
Full name P.Marek
Date 2008-02-22 22:33:49 PST
Message Hello everybody,

FSVS 1.1.13 is released.


This is a maintenance/quality release; it has a big amount of bugfixes, and I
got the automated test coverage up to 92.9 percent! (If you count the
error-handling lines, which just abort the program on errors like ENOSPC and
similar, too, you get 95.5%).

If you'd like to see the whole list of changes, please look in the changelog
here:
http://fsvs.tigris.o​rg/source/browse/fsv​s/tags/fsvs-1.1.13/f​svs/CHANGES?view=mar​kup


And for the other people - here's the short list of new features.
* "revert" now reverts add/unversion/copy commands.
* "diff" of copied entries now diffs against the copyfrom source.
* New option to avoid the expensive MD5 copyfrom matcher.
* New option to avoid empty commits.
* FSVS_WARNING can now parse multiple warning options; but
  FSVS_WARNINGS is now deprecated.
* New option "delay" - delays until a second wrap, used for scripts.
  Can be "yes", "no", or any combination of (some) action names.
* Support for absolute ignore patterns; they ease expanding the wc area
  later. Warning if they don't match the wc base.

Documentation can be found at
http://fsvs.tigris.o​rg/source/browse/*ch​eckout*/fsvs/trunk/w​ww/doxygen/html/inde​x.html;
and an overview for users is
http://fsvs.tigris.o​rg/source/browse/*ch​eckout*/fsvs/trunk/w​ww/doxygen/html/grou​p__userdoc.html.


Furthermore the source distribution now includes an example script that can be
used to setup versioning of /etc; some configuration files for debian are
included, to get a commit after each apt-get call.
  BUT READ THE README, AND MIND THE WARNING!


You can get FSVS as usual from http://freshmeat.net​/projects/fsvs, or you ask
your distribution for an updated package.


Please send your questions, ideas, and other feedback to the mailing lists;
I'd be glad to hear from your experiences.

If you write a blog, and have some tips or tricks to share, I'd be happy to
put a link in the documentation section.


Regards,

Phil

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