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Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.5 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 Here are some highlight of this release: - added ... [More] support for TortoiseSVN's TortoiseOverlays project, allowing TortoiseHg to share the limit overlay icon slots with TortoiseSVN 1.5.x in MS-Explorer. - new command-line syntax for hgtk, with help support. - preliminary support in commit dialog to undo recent commit. As with TortoiseHg 0.4.1, release 0.5 is linked with Mercurial 1.0.2. You may find in the TortoiseSVN's release note for more info on TortoiseOverlays and related issues it tried to address: http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/tsvn_1.5_releasenotes.html#Overlays IMPORTANT NOTES: 1. You must uninstall the previous version of TortoiseHg before upgrading to 0.5, so that the registry are properly managed. 2. When uninstalling TortoiseHg 0.5, the TortoiseOverlays is not uninstalled, as it may still be in need by other Tortoise clients that supports TortoiseOverlays, such as TortoiseSVN. It is safe to reinstall TortoiseHg 0.5 later, as the installer will detect the presence of TortoiseOverlays, and will not attempt to install it again. Please checkout TortoiseHg's release note for the list of changes in this release: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg/src/tip/ReleaseNotes.txt In addition to the changes on TortoiseHg, this installer also saw the following change: - The gPyFm merge-tool is not longer bundled (see bug 2119067) - Fix merge-tool priority in bundled mercuril.ini file. As usual, non-Windows users of TortoiseHg can pull from the main repository to get the latest release of hgtk and the dialogs: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg Do note that the main repository has been relocated to Bitbucket.org. Please post your comment or issues to the TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Includes Mercurial-1.2 Adds record, shelve, and cherry picking features Improved support for branches and renames Vista improvements
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Includes Mercurial-1.2 Adds record, shelve, and cherry picking features Improved support for branches and renames Vista improvements
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.6 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 Here are some highlight of this release: - updated to ... [More] Mercurial 1.1.2 - many improvements to the GUI toolset, plus a new init dialog. - new 'init' command for hgtk Please checkout TortoiseHg's release note for the list of changes in this release: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg/src/tip/ReleaseNotes.txt IMPORTANT NOTES: 1. You must uninstall the previous version of TortoiseHg before upgrading to 0.6. The installer will _refuse_ to install if it detects any version of TortoiseHg has been installed. We apologize for the inconviences, but this is necessary to ensure a clean installation, especially if you are upgrading from TortoiseHg 0.4.x or earlier versions. 2. The GUI tools in TortoiseHg 0.6, including hgtk, have been updated to work exclusively with Merecurial 1.1.X, and will not work with older (pre 1.1), and perhaps even the later, releases of Mercurial. As usual, non-Windows users of TortoiseHg can pull from the main repository to get the latest release of hgtk and the dialogs: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg Please post your comment or issues to the TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
New Release
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.5 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 Here are some highlight of this release: - added support for ... [More] TortoiseSVN's TortoiseOverlays project, allowing TortoiseHg to share the limit overlay icon slots with TortoiseSVN 1.5.x in MS-Explorer. - new command-line syntax for hgtk, with help support. - preliminary support in commit dialog to undo recent commit. As with TortoiseHg 0.4.1, release 0.5 is linked with Mercurial 1.0.2. You may find in the TortoiseSVN's release note for more info on TortoiseOverlays and related issues it tried to address: http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/tsvn_1.5_releasenotes.html#Overlays IMPORTANT NOTES: 1. You must uninstall the previous version of TortoiseHg before upgrading to 0.5, so that the registry are properly managed. 2. When uninstalling TortoiseHg 0.5, the TortoiseOverlays is not uninstalled, as it may still be in need by other Tortoise clients that supports TortoiseOverlays, such as TortoiseSVN. It is safe to reinstall TortoiseHg 0.5 later, as the installer will detect the presence of TortoiseOverlays, and will not attempt to install it again. Please checkout TortoiseHg's release note for the list of changes in this release: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg/src/tip/ReleaseNotes.txt In addition to the changes on TortoiseHg, this installer also saw the following change: - The gPyFm merge-tool is not longer bundled (see bug 2119067) - Fix merge-tool priority in bundled mercuril.ini file. As usual, non-Windows users of TortoiseHg can pull from the main repository to get the latest release of hgtk and the dialogs: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg Do note that the main repository has been relocated to Bitbucket.org. Please post your comment or issues to the TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.4.1 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 TortoiseHg 0.4.1 is essentially an update of TortoiseHg 0.4 ... [More] to link with recently released Mercurial 1.0.2, in order to address some of the critical bug-fixes in Mercurial's core functions. TortoiseHg 0.4 was linked with Mercurial 1.0.1. There's no changes specific to TortoiseHg. Please post your comment or issues to TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.6 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 Here are some highlight of this release: - updated to ... [More] Mercurial 1.1.2 - many improvements to the GUI toolset, plus a new init dialog. - new 'init' command for hgtk Please checkout TortoiseHg's release note for the list of changes in this release: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg/src/tip/ReleaseNotes.txt IMPORTANT NOTES: 1. You must uninstall the previous version of TortoiseHg before upgrading to 0.6. The installer will _refuse_ to install if it detects any version of TortoiseHg has been installed. We apologize for the inconviences, but this is necessary to ensure a clean installation, especially if you are upgrading from TortoiseHg 0.4.x or earlier versions. 2. The GUI tools in TortoiseHg 0.6, including hgtk, have been updated to work exclusively with Merecurial 1.1.X, and will not work with older (pre 1.1), and perhaps even the later, releases of Mercurial. As usual, non-Windows users of TortoiseHg can pull from the main repository to get the latest release of hgtk and the dialogs: http://www.bitbucket.org/tksoh/tortoisehg Please post your comment or issues to the TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.4.1 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 TortoiseHg 0.4.1 is essentially an update of ... [More] TortoiseHg 0.4 to link with recently released Mercurial 1.0.2, in order to address some of the critical bug-fixes in Mercurial's core functions. TortoiseHg 0.4 was linked with Mercurial 1.0.1. There's no changes specific to TortoiseHg. Please post your comment or issues to TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Steve Borho
Greeting! We are pleased to announce that the installer for TortoiseHg 0.4 is now available for download on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=199155 Here are some highlight of this release: - updated to ... [More] Mercurial 1.0.1 - replaced Hgk with internal changelog viewer. - many potentially time-consuming operations may now be interrupted. - new config option to fine-tune display of overlay icons. Please checkout the release note for the list of changes: http://tortoisehg.sourceforge.net/hg/tortoisehg-dev/file/402c8f30b767/ReleaseNotes.txt In addition to the changes on TortoiseHg, this installer also saw the following changes: - the Forest extension has been updated (rev 715440e45bf4, dated 28-Jan-2008). - The binary for Tcl/Tk has been unbundled (since Hgk has been replaced by our internal changelog viewer). - Pywin32 library has been updated to Build 211. As usual, non-Windows users of TortoiseHg can pull from the main repository to get the latest release of hgtk and the dialogs: http://tortoisehg.sourceforge.net/hg/tortoisehg-dev Please post your comment or issues to the TortoiseHg's mailing list: tortoisehg-discuss@lists.sourceforge.net Thank you. [Less]