Projects / gquilt


gquilt is a PyGTK GUI wrapper for quilt and mq. quilt and the mq extension to Mercurial (hg) are tools for managing a series of patches by keeping track of the changes each patch makes. Patches can be applied, unapplied, refreshed, etc.


Recent releases

  •  29 Jan 2011 01:19

    Release Notes: This release is a major rewrite that aims to make the code easier to maintain. New features include remembering of visited playgrounds (to make switching playgrounds more user friendly) and mechanisms for specifying different editors/perusers for different file types.

    •  07 Oct 2010 22:14

      Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that addresses issues raised by pylint analysis and Python 3 compatibility.

      •  02 Oct 2010 01:22

        Release Notes: The installation was made more conventional by using distutils.

        •  05 Jun 2009 01:54

          Release Notes: A "finish to" option has been added to the patch list widget pop up menu. Diff display dialogs now detect and highlight any trailing white space added by the patch and include a mechanism for navigating between instances of trailing white space. Signed-off-by, Ack, and Author buttons have been added to the description edit dialog. A "history" capability (similar to bash) has been added to the manual command entry. A method to revert unrefreshed changes to files in the top patch has been added.

          •  30 Mar 2009 06:11

            Release Notes: This is mainly a bug fix but also contains some new features. It should now run on Windows. A "fold to" option was added in the patch list window, which enables patches up to the selected patch to be folded into the top patch. The dependency on quilt was removed and the program will run quite happily (but uselessly) without either quilt or hg/mq. To do something useful, it needs at least one of these tools to be available.


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