Created by Martin von Gagern on 2009-12-18 and last modified on 2010-07-10
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118. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-07-10

Fix minor error in README.

117. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-04-13

Credit James Teh

116. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-04-10

Releasing 0.3.3

115. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-04-10

Introduce include_sideline_changes configuration option.

In response to https://answers.launchpad.net/trac-bzr/+question/106783
by Alexander Belchenko.

114. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-04-10

Add performance section to README, mentioning bzr-revnocache.

113. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-04-10

Use constant instead of literal for 'add' changeset item.

112. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-04-10

Include null revision in history of empty branch.

This is consistent with other branches that also contain an initial null:
revision. It might be that this change does solve the problem described in
https://answers.launchpad.net/trac-bzr/+question/106321 as well.

111. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-03-08

Drop root dir from primary_branches.

The default configuration for primary_branches used to have an empty string
as first item. The intention was to have the root of the repository as
first primary branch. This has no effect, though: if there is a branch at
the root of the directory, then it's the only branch, as trac-bzr won't
descend into subdirs. The only branch is automatically the first. If there
is no branch at the root, then it won't be first either. So this comma will
likely only cause confusion and yield no real benefit. Thererfore dropping

110. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-03-08

Avoid some calculation of dotted revnos for directories.

109. By Martin von Gagern on 2010-02-26

Update copyrights.

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