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Subject[ANNOUNCE] Guilt v0.19
Guilt v0.19 is available for download (once it mirrors out on

Guilt (Git Quilt) is a series of bash scripts which add a Mercurial
queues-like functionality and interface to git.


Git repo:

The most important change is the use of the patch file's mtime as the
GIT_{AUTHOR,COMMITTER}_DATE. Without this change, repeated invocations of
"guilt pop -a; guilt push -a" would create new commit's with different
commit dates, creating a lot of garbage commits. Other changes are mostly
related to expanding (and slightly fixing) the regression scripts.

Josef "Jeff" Sipek.


Changes since v0.18:

Josef 'Jeff' Sipek (18):
guilt-applied: added -c to list the commit hash for the patch
guilt-new: Fix [ syntax
patchbomb: Friendly wrapper for git-format-patch & git-send-email
delete: Added argument -f to remove patch file
Guilt v0.19-rc1
regression: test new patch insertion
regression: test new patch insertion at the end
regression: Test push/pop given a patch name
regression: Test for guilt-init in a already initialized branch
regression: Test guilt-init on non-master branch
regression: Fix test descriptions
Centralize editor determining code
new: added -e to edit the patch description interactively
Makefile: Forgot to add guilt-patchbomb to the list of scripts
regression: Fix regression test failure
patchbomb: Added -n flag
regression: Fixed regression suite failure
Guilt v0.19

Theodore Ts'o (1):
Use patch file's modtime as the git author and commiter date
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