Fedora 14 Update: tito-0.3.2-1.fc14

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Fedora Update Notification
2011-04-28 01:09:10

Name        : tito
Product     : Fedora 14
Version     : 0.3.2
Release     : 1.fc14
URL         : http://rm-rf.ca/tito
Summary     : A tool for managing rpm based git projects
Description :
Tito is a tool for managing tarballs, rpms, and builds for projects using

Update Information:

Initial support for submitting builds through Fedora Git to all configured branches, bugzilla ID extraction, --dry-run releases, man pages, and many bugfixes.

* Tue Apr 26 2011 Devan Goodwin <dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca> 0.3.2-1
- add debug logging (jesusr at redhat.com)
* Tue Apr 26 2011 Devan Goodwin <dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca> 0.3.1-1
- flip condition so new files are added and existing files are copied
  (msuchy at redhat.com)
- fix traceback if git_email is not specified (miroslav at suchy.cz)
- Refactor release code out of the builder class. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
- Configure tito for Fedora git builds. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
- Complete Fedora git build process. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
- if remote.origin is not set, assume --offline and print warning, but proceed
  (msuchy at redhat.com)
- Source can be tar.bz2 (msuchy at redhat.com)
- Source can be without number (msuchy at redhat.com)
- add man page for tito.props(5) (msuchy at redhat.com)
- document KOJI_OPTIONS options of titorc (msuchy at redhat.com)
- add option HIDE_EMAIL to .titorc, which will hide your email in first line of
  changelog entry (msuchy at redhat.com)
- pass user_config to tagger class (msuchy at redhat.com)
- issue 18 - do not print TB if user.name, user.email is not set
  (msuchy at redhat.com)
- Upload sources and confirm commit during git release. (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- First draft of Fedora Git releasing. (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- Add a --dry-run option for build --release. (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- Allow user config setting for sub-packages to skip during auto-install.
  (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- Hookup bugzilla extraction during cvs release. (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- Plus and dot chars in git email handled correctly now (lzap+git at redhat.com)
- put emails in changelog only if changelog_with_email is set to 1 in
  [globalconfig] section of config (msuchy at redhat.com)
- use _changelog_remove_cherrypick() for rheltagger (msuchy at redhat.com)
- Add code for extracting bugzilla IDs from CVS diff or git log.
  (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- Prompt user to edit CVS commit messages. (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- Fix no auto changelog option. (dgoodwin at redhat.com)
- add tagger for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (msuchy at redhat.com)
- Fix test builds in koji. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
- Documentation update. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
- Add missing dep on libxslt. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
* Wed Jan  5 2011 Devan Goodwin <dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca> 0.3.0-1
- implement --only-tags option for builder class (msuchy at redhat.com)
- implement --list-tags option for builder (msuchy at redhat.com)
- add option --scratch to builder class (msuchy at redhat.com)
- do not throw traceback if you hit Ctrl+C during Auto-instaling
  (msuchy at redhat.com)
- allow child taggers to control commit message (msuchy at redhat.com)
- add new tagger: zStreamTagger - bump up release part after dist tag
  (msuchy at redhat.com)
- Better error-reporting when spec file has errors (jumanjiman at gmail.com)
- if we grep rpmbuild output for some string, we have to switch to C locale
  (miroslav at suchy.cz)
- Adding more helpfull error message to show user what is busted
  (mmccune at redhat.com)
- Fix rpm command suggestion for broken specs. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)
- add manpage source: tito(8) (jumanjiman at gmail.com)
- add manpage source: titorc(5) (jumanjiman at gmail.com)
- adding rpm-build as a Requires. Seems pretty critical (mmccune at redhat.com)
- Add missing dep on python-setuptools. (dgoodwin at rm-rf.ca)

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update tito' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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