Release announcement for RabbitVCS v0.12.1

We are excited to announce the release of RabbitVCS v0.12.1!  This is our first point release of the v0.12 branch and it fixes some big bugs that cropped up after the general v0.12 release.  Here is a list of the most important changes and fixes.

  • (r1791) Merged new SSL client cert prompt into v0.12.1 branch
  • (r1794) Changed “previous log message” UI behaviour. Newlines now replaced by “return key” glyph (U+23CE). Trailing whitespace stripped only from entire message. Fixes issue 184
  • (r1800) Wrong comparison of “name” value returned from property dialog. Fixes issue 186.
  • (r1833) Fix for issue #195.  The checkboxes in the update to revision dialog were inconsistently padded.
  • (r1840) Merge of locale detection/setting fix from main branch.
  • (r1852) Removed extraneous debugging line (merged from trunk).
  • (r1915) Merged change from issue #1856 into v12.1 branch (python 2.4 compatbility fix)
  • (r1917) Added the nautilusold extension code to the v0.12.1 branch
  • (r2030) Fixes bug #1, SSL certificate failure
  • (r2050) Bug fixes and improvements for packaging scripts

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We now have a working 64bit package for Fedora!  We will have RHEL/CentOS packages soon.

RabbitVCS is a project with the goal of developing a collection of utilities to allow for better client integration with some of the popular version control systems. We currently support the Nautilus File Manager and the Subversion version control system.

The RabbitVCS Team

4 responses to “Release announcement for RabbitVCS v0.12.1”

  1. thierrybo says:

    I don’t understand this 1st December 0.12-1 announcement, here is my synaptic history :

    Commit Log for Sat Oct 10 12:35:14 2009

    rabbitvcs (0.12-1~jaunty)

    This is two month ago.

    • Adam Plumb says:

      That is RabbitVCS v0.12. The -1~jaunty means it is the first jaunty package for v0.12. We have just released RabbitVCS v0.12.1, a bugfix release. The package name would now look something like 0.12.1-1~jaunty

  2. Anonymous says:

    Anyone know when V0.13 will be released? I am waiting to switch to Linux until then :)

    • Adam Plumb says:

      We have been working on v0.13 for a few months now and it is really coming along well. We don’t have a set release date, but I would expect it sometime within the next month or two.