Bazaar Revision Control System 1.4.2 reviewDownload
The Bazaar Revision Control System is a changeset-oriented revision control system based on Arch that makes it possible to retain previous changes to projects and coordinate development with other developers.
Its goal is to speed development of an upwards- compatible version of Arch.
Here are some key features of "Bazaar Revision Control System":
All the transparent and robust storage features of GNU Arch.
seamless upgrade path to [WWW] bazaar-ng
direct support for URLs - one command can checkout or merge from remote locations.
integrated GPG support - zero setup for most signed archive situations
faster - checkout, most local operations, commits
svn-like diff, switch, import, export, log commands
Explicit tracking of conflicts, preventing accidental commits of files with conflicts
single merge command that allows merging between arbitrary branches.
Daily builds of the latest code (Downloads).
fully compatible with tla - drop in and start using
supports debian version numbers in branch names
internationalised via gettext and [WWW] Rosetta.
What's New in This Release:
More Solaris fixes.
SSL support and ~/.authinfo support.
Many UI tweaks.
A number of bugfixes.
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