[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: monotone-0.30-1

Lapo Luchini lapo@lapo.it
Thu Sep 28 01:44:00 GMT 2006

Version 0.30-1 of monotone has been uploaded.

monotone is a free distributed version control system. it provides a
simple, single-file transactional version store, with fully disconnected
operation and an efficient peer-to-peer synchronization protocol. it
understands history-sensitive merging, lightweight branches, integrated
code review and 3rd party testing. it uses cryptographic version naming
and client-side RSA certificates. it has good internationalization
support, has no external dependencies, runs on linux, solaris, OSX,
windows, and other unixes, and is licensed under the GNU GPL.

Several internal data formats have changed with this release;
migration is straight-forward, but slightly more complicated
than usual:
  -- The formats used to store some cached data in the
     database have changed.  To upgrade your databases, you
     must run:
       $ mtn -d mydb.mtn db migrate
       $ mtn -d mydb.mtn db regenerate_rosters
  -- The metadata stored in _MTN in each workspace has been
     rearranged slightly.  To upgrade your workspaces, you
     must run
       $ mtn migrate_workspace
     in each workspace.
All of these operations are completely lossless, and 0.30
remains compatible with earlier versions with regards to

You can find information about new features here:

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