Fedora 20 Update: reposurgeon-3.12-1.fc20

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2014-11081
2014-09-19 09:07:04
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Name        : reposurgeon
Product     : Fedora 20
Version     : 3.12
Release     : 1.fc20
URL         : http://www.catb.org/~esr/reposurgeon/
Summary     : SCM Repository Manipulation Tool
Description :
Reposurgeon enables risky operations that version-control systems don't want
to let you do, such as editing past comments and metadata and removing
commits. It works with any version control system that can export and import
git fast-import streams, including git, hg, and bzr.

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Update Information:

- Explicit svn:ignore patterns aren't recursive to lower directories; cope.
- A new 'ignores' command has obtions for translation of ignore files.
- The --noignores option has been retired.
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ChangeLog:

* Thu Sep 18 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.12-1
- Update to 3.12
- Explicit svn:ignore patterns aren't recursive to lower directories; cope.
- A new 'ignores' command has obtions for translation of ignore files.
- The --noignores option has been retired.
* Thu Aug 28 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.11-1
- Update to 3.11
- When converting SVN, ignore explicit .gitignores created by git-svn.
* Sun Jun  8 2014 Fedora Release Engineering <rel-eng at lists.fedoraproject.org> - 3.10-2
- Rebuilt for https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_21_Mass_Rebuild
* Tue Apr 22 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.10-1
- Update to 3.10
- Finer control over filtering with caC flags.
- New setfield command for tweaking object attributes from lift scripts.
- The attribution-parsing code handles odd characters in names better now. 
- The filter command can operate on email addresses as well as names.
- New 'stamp' command to report action stamps of commits.
- New 'count' comment reports selection-set counts.
- New branchify_mapping option for renaming Subversion branches on analysis.
- New transcode command for moving metadata to UTF-8.
- New @dsc() function for selecting all descendants of a selection set.
* Fri Mar 21 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.7-1
- Update to 3.7
- New --dedos option for filter command, to change \r\n line endings to \n.
- New append command for annotating comments.
- The 'b' search code has been changed to appropriately match non-commits.
- New form of 'graft' allows greater control over graft points.
- New =I selector to find non-UTF-8 commit metadata.
- Import stream comments led with # are preserved as passthroughs.
- Buggy text search of authors fields has been fixed.
* Thu Feb 20 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.6-1
- Update to 3.6
- Major rewrite of the generic conversion makefile.
- Fixed a bug in the graft and unite commands.
- Single fossil or tag names now select as if surrounded by <>.
- Fixed more bugs in debranch.
- @amp() function useful for logic-gating in conjunctive expressions.
- New 'assign' command allows precomputation of expensive selections.
- There's an 'unassign' as well.
- exec/eval facility for custom Python extensions.
- path rename has a --relax and --force options to deal with oath collisions
- New --changelog option of coalesce can recognize FSF-style ChangeLog files.
* Thu Feb 13 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.3-1
- Update to 3.3
- Set negation in selections with ~.
- @min() and @max() in selections.
- 'define' by itself lists macros.
- New 'deletes' option in the remove command.
* Wed Feb  5 2014 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 3.2-1
- Update to 3.2
- New path rename command.
- List and inspect now take either a leading or following selection.
- Text search selections can now have a B suffix to search blobs.
- Now possible to transplant fileops between commits using remove .. to.
- A date of the form <YYYY-mm-dd> selects all commits and tags that day.
- Macros can now be multiline.
- The filter command now has a --replace modifier to avoid regex overhead.
- Associated branches are renamed when a reset or tag is moved or deleted.
- Bug fix for off-by-one error in tags reporting.
- Many syntactic features of the language have changed incompatibly.
- Backward-incompatible language changes are documented on the manual page.
- 'expunge' and 'unite' commands have been incompatibly improved.
- New 'strip' command for generating test cases with blobs stripped out
- New 'reduce' command for topological reduction of test cases.
- The 'lint' command gets a test for the existence of multiple roots.
- Selecting a date or action stamp matching multiple commits now matches all.
- The surgical language now has a macro facility.
- "set canonicalize" is now effective during import stream reads.
- Introduced =O, =M, =F selectors for parentless, merge, and fork commits.
- The "multiline" modifier on edit is replaced by the =L selector.
- Selection-set evaluation now short-circuits predicates and is faster.
- Fixed a buggy test that caused the reader to choke on submodule links.
* Thu Nov 21 2013 Christopher Meng <rpm at cicku.me> - 2.42-1
- Update to 2.42
- Prevented crash when tagifying a mixed-branch commit.
- svn_no_autoignores -> svn_noautoignores.
- Ignore single-rev mergeinfos in Subversion, they're cherry-picks.
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References:

  [ 1 ] Bug #1143007 - reposurgeon-3.12 is available
        https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1143007
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This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use
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