Tuesday, April 30, 2013

darcs weekly news #103

News and discussions

  1. Darcs will be participating to this year's Google Summer of Code under the umbrella of Haskell.org! If you are interested please consult the ideas page and contact us:
  2. Sebastian Fischer implemented darcs-history, a program to be used as darcs posthook and that tracks patch movements inside of a repository:
  3. Sebastian also suggested the possibility for darcs to easily split and merge patches that are depended upon:
  4. Piyush P Kurur was also interested in some special kinds of deep amend-record:

Issues resolved in the last week (1)

issue2274 Guillaume Hoffmann

Patches applied in the last week (27)

See darcs wiki entry for details.

1 comment:

us3h76g9wg said...

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