Release Digest: GNU, December 17, 2003Dec 18, 2003, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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A new release of GNU arch, tla-1.1, is now officially available.
GNU arch is a distributed, changeset-oriented revision control system: an alternative to CVS and to proprietary tools such as those used to maintain the Linux kernel.
It can be obtained from two alternative sites:
The tar bundle is called tla-1.1.tar.gz. Accompanying the distribution is a gpg detached signature (tla-1.1.tar.gz.sig) and my public key is attached to this message. The MD5 checksum of the tar bundle is 58527f281f425be1a015dcb015245a33.
This release contains a number of significant performance and feature enhancements and reflects the contributions of an active community of volunteer developers, reviewers, enlightening critics, kibitzers, and testers.
Of particular interest to many will be the new support (relative to 1.0) for:
Beyond these developments to arch itself, several "ancillary" projects have sprung up around arch since 1.0: cvs gateways, browsers, graphical user interfaces and more. The best place to learn about these is on the gnu-arch-users mailing list.
Because of the savannah.gnu.org difficulties, the web based interface for subscribing to the mailing list is currently unavailable. As an alternative, you can write to:
putting the word "subscribe" in the subject line.
Thank you for your support,
The arch project is financially supported entirely by contributions from the general public. Financial help, if you are able to provide, is both very much needed and very much appreciated. You can find more information about this at:
The arch project is also, significantly, supported by contributions of labor by a substantial number of volunteers (listed in the ChangeLog and in the =THANKS file -- both of which, I fear, are doomed to be an incomplete record). A community of contributors has helped arch to advance far more rapidly than would otherwise have been possible.
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