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Name: mercurial-lang Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
Version: 5.9.1 Vendor: SUSE LLC <>
Release: 150400.1.8 Build date: Sat May 7 23:23:37 2022
Group: System/Localization Build host: sheep19
Size: 5192964 Source RPM: mercurial-5.9.1-150400.1.8.src.rpm
Summary: Translations for package mercurial
Provides translations for the "mercurial" package.






* Fri Sep 24 2021
  - Adding bug and CVE references from SLE to prepare the submission
    for SLE 15 SP4/Leap 15.4
  - CVE-2019-3902 (bsc#1133035) not affecting versions 5.0+ SLE
    internal patches removed:
    * hg-CVE-2019-3902-fix1.patch
    * hg-CVE-2019-3902-fix2.patch
    * hg-CVE-2019-3902-fix3.patch
  - CVE-2018-17983 (bsc#1110899) not affecting versions 4.7.2+ SLE
    internal patch removed:
    * hg-CVE-2018-17983.patch
  - CVE-2018-13346 (bsc#1100354), CVE-2018-13347 (bsc#1100355),
    CVE-2018-13348 (bsc#1100353) not affecting versions 4.6.1+ SLE
    internal patches removed:
    * hg-mpatch-fix01.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix02.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix03.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix04.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix05.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix06.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix07.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix08.patch
    * hg-mpatch-fix09.patch
* Mon Sep 20 2021
  - Provide mercurial tests in a package mercurial-tests.
* Thu Sep 02 2021
  - Mercurial 5.9.1
    No upstream release notes, see for changelog
  - Mercurial 5.9
    + New Features
    * `hg config` now has a `--source` option to show where each configuration
      value comes from.
* Wed Jul 14 2021
  - Mercurial 5.8.1
    No upstream release notes, see for changes
* Sun May 09 2021
  - Mercurial 5.8
    + New Features
    * `hg purge` is now a core command using `--confirm` by default.
    * The `rev-branch-cache` is now updated incrementally whenever changesets
      are added.
    * The new options `experimental.bundlecompthreads` and
      `experimental.bundlecompthreads.<engine>` can be used to instruct the
      compression engines for bundle operations to use multiple threads for
      compression. The default is single threaded operation. Currently only
      supported for zstd.
    + Default Format Change
      These changes affects newly created repositories (or new clone) done with
      Mercurial 5.8.
    * The `ZSTD` compression will now be used by default for new repositories
      when available. This compression format was introduced in Mercurial 5.0,
      released in May 2019. See `hg help config.format.revlog-compression` for
    * Mercurial installation built with the Rust parts will now use the
      "persistent nodemap" feature by default. This feature was introduced in
      Mercurial 5.4 (May 2020). However Mercurial instalation built without
      the fast Rust implementation will refuse to interract with them
      by default. This restriction can be lifted through configuration.
      See `hg help config.format.use-persistent-nodemap` for details
    + New Experimental Features
    * There's a new `diff.merge` config option to show the changes relative to
      an automerge for merge changesets. This makes it easier to detect and
      review manual changes performed in merge changesets. It is supported
      by `hg diff --change`, `hg log -p` `hg incoming -p`,
      and `hg outgoing -p` so far.
    + Bug Fixes
    * gracefully recover from inconsistent persistent-nodemap data from disk.
    + Backwards Compatibility Changes
    * In normal repositories, the first parent of a changeset is not null,
      unless both parents are null (like the first changeset). Some legacy
      repositories violate this condition. The revlog code will now silentely
      swap the parents if this condition is tested. This can change the output
      of `hg log` when explicitly asking for first or second parent. The
      changesets "nodeid" are not affected.
    + Internal API Changes
    * `changelog.branchinfo` is deprecated and will be removed after 5.8.
      It is superseded by `changelogrevision.branchinfo`.
    * Callbacks for revlog.addgroup and the changelog._nodeduplicatecallback
      hook now get a revision number as argument instead of a node.
    * revlog.addrevision returns the revision number instead of the node.
    * `nodes.nullid` and related constants are being phased out as part of
      the deprecation of SHA1. Repository instances and related classes
      provide access via `nodeconstants` and in some cases `nullid` attributes.
  - updated mercurial-locale-path-fix.patch
* Thu Apr 29 2021
  - enable building `chg` (thanks @expehaa)
* Mon Apr 05 2021
  - Mercurial 5.7.1
    * No upstream release notes, see
* Mon Feb 08 2021
  - added the _service file for updating sources with single command
  - Mercurial 5.7
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    + New Features
    * There is a new config section for templates used by hg commands. It
      is called `[command-templates]`. Some existing config options have
      been deprecated in favor of config options in the new
      section. These are: `ui.logtemplate` to `command-templates.log`,
      `ui.graphnodetemplate` to `command-templates.graphnode`,
      `ui.mergemarkertemplate` to `command-templates.mergemarker`,
      `ui.pre-merge-tool-output-template` to
    * There is a new set of config options for the template used for the
      one-line commit summary displayed by various commands, such as
      `hg rebase`. The main one is `command-templates.oneline-summary`. That
      can be overridden per command with
      `command-templates.oneline-summary.<command>`, where `<command>`
      can be e.g. `rebase`. As part of this effort, the default format
      from `hg rebase` was reorganized a bit.
    * `hg purge` is now a core command using `--confirm` by default.
    * `hg strip`, from the strip extension, is now a core command,
      `hg debugstrip`. The extension remains for compatibility.
    * `hg diff` and `hg extdiff` now support `--from <rev>` and `--to <rev>`
      arguments as clearer alternatives to `-r <revs>`. `-r <revs>` has been
    * The memory footprint per changeset during pull/unbundle
      operations has been further reduced.
    * There is a new internal merge tool called `internal:mergediff` (can
      be set as the value for the `merge` config in the `[ui]`
      section). It resolves merges the same was as `internal:merge` and
      `internal:merge3`, but it shows conflicts differently. Instead of
      showing 2 or 3 snapshots of the conflicting pieces of code, it
      shows one snapshot and a diff. This may be useful when at least one
      side of the conflict is similar to the base. The new marker style
      is also supported by "premerge" as
    * External hooks are now called with `HGPLAIN=1` preset.  This has the side
      effect of ignoring aliases, templates, revsetaliases, and a few other config
      options in any `hg` command spawned by the hook.  The previous behavior
      can be restored by setting HGPLAINEXCEPT appropriately in the parent process.
      See `hg help environment` for the list of items, and how to set it.
    * The `branchmap` cache is updated more intelligently and can be
      significantly faster for repositories with many branches and changesets.
    * The `rev-branch-cache` is now updated incrementally whenever changesets
      are added.
    + New Experimental Features
    * `experimental.single-head-per-branch:public-changes-only` can be used
      restrict the single head check to public revision. This is useful for
      overlay repository that have both a publishing and non-publishing view
      of the same storage.
    + Backwards Compatibility Changes
    * `--force-lock` and `--force-wlock` options on `hg debuglock` command are
      renamed to `--force-free-lock` and `--force-free-wlock` respectively.
    + Internal API Changes
    * `changelog.branchinfo` is deprecated and will be removed after 5.8.
      It is superseded by `changelogrevision.branchinfo`.
* Sat Dec 05 2020
  - mercurial 5.6.1:
    * no upstream changelog
* Fri Nov 13 2020
  - Mercurial 5.6
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    * New Features
      + `hg mv -A` can now be used with `--at-rev`. It behaves just like
      `hg cp -A --at-rev`, i.e. it marks the destination as a copy of the
      source whether or not the source still exists but the source must exist
      in the parent revision).
      + New revset predicate `diffcontains(pattern)` for filtering revisions the
      same way as `hg grep --diff pattern`.
      + The memory footprint per changeset and per file during pull/unbundle
      operations has been significantly reduced.
    * Internal API Changes
      + `merge.update()` is now private (renamed to `_update()`). Hopefully the
      higher-level functions available in the same module cover your use cases.
      + `phases.registernew` now takes a set of revisions instead of a list
      of nodes. `phases.advanceboundary` takes an optional set of revisions in
      addition to the list of nodes. The corresponding members of the
      `phasecache` class follow this change.
      + The `addgroup` member of `revlog` classes no longer keeps a list of all
      found nodes. It now returns `True` if a node was found in the group.
      An optional callback for duplicated nodes can be used by callers to keep
      track of all nodes themselve.
      + The `_chaininfocache` of `revlog` classes has been changed from a dict
      to a LRU cache.
* Sat Oct 03 2020
  - Mercurial 5.5.2:
    * fix a crash in the log command
    * bug fixes in hgdemandimport
    * stip: with --keep, consider all revs "removed" from the wcp
* Thu Sep 03 2020
  - Mercurial 5.5.1:
    Regularly scheduled bug fix release.
    * bug fixes
      + keepalive: Do not append _rbuf if _raw_readinto exists (issue6356)
* Tue Aug 04 2020
  - Mercurial 5.5:
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release
    * New Features
      + clonebundles can be annotated with the expected memory requirements
      using the `REQUIREDRAM` option. This allows clients to skip bundles
      created with large zstd windows and fallback to larger, but less
      demanding bundles.
      + The `phabricator` extension now provides more functionality of the
      arcanist CLI like changing the status of a differential.
      + Phases processing is much faster, especially for repositories with old
      non-public changesets.
    * New Experimental Features
      + The core of some hg operations have been (and are being) implemented in
      rust, for speed. `hg status` on a repository with 300k tracked files
      goes from 1.8s to 0.6s for instance. This has currently been tested only
      on linux, and does not build on windows. See rust/README.rst in the
      mercurial repository for instructions to opt into this.
      + An experimental config `rewrite.empty-successor` was introduced
      to control what happens when rewrite operations result
      in empty changesets.
    * Bug Fixes
      + For the case when connected to a TTY, stdout was fixed
      to be line-buffered on Python 3 (where it was block-buffered before,
      causing the process to seem hanging) and Windows on Python 2 (where it
      was unbuffered before).
      + Subversion sources of the convert extension were fixed to work
      on Python 3.
      + Subversion sources of the convert extension now interpret the encoding
      of URLs like Subversion. Previously, there were situations where
      the convert extension recognized a repository as present but Subversion
      did not, and vice versa.
      + The empty changeset check of in-memory rebases was fixed to match that
      of normal rebases (and that of the commit command).
      + The push command now checks the correct set of outgoing changesets for
      obsolete and unstable changesets. Previously, it could happen that the
      check prevented pushing changesets which were already on the server.
    * Backwards Compatibility Changes
      + Mercurial now requires at least Python 2.7.9 or a Python version that
      backported modern SSL/TLS features (as defined in PEP 466), and that
      Python was compiled against a OpenSSL version supporting TLS 1.1 or
      TLS 1.2 (likely this requires the OpenSSL version to be at least 1.0.1).
      + The `hg perfwrite` command from contrib/ was made more flexible
      and changed its default behavior. To get the previous behavior, run
      `hg perfwrite --nlines=100000 --nitems=1 --item='Testing write performance' --batch-line`.
      + The absorb extension now preserves changesets with no file changes that
      can be created by the commit command (those which change the branch name
      compared to the parent and those closing a branch head).
* Thu Jul 02 2020
  - Mercurial 5.4.2:
    * rebase: avoid clobbering wdir() with --dry-run or --confirm
    * curses: do not initialize LC_ALL to user settings
* Sat Jun 06 2020
  - Mercurial 5.4.1:
    * graft-state: save --base in graft's state, fixing bug with
      graft --continue
    * graft: fix --base value to be saved in state file
    * dirstate: make sure the dirstate is loaded before the changelog
    * bash_completion: do not use aliased hg if it sources a script
    * demandimport: fix compatibility with meta path finders w/o
      find_spec() method
    * flags: read flag from dirstate/disk for workingcopyctx
    * fsmonitor: coerce 'clock' variable to byte-string
    * url: fix a bytes vs str crash in processing proxy headers
* Sun May 03 2020
  - Mercurial 5.4:
    * hg purge/hg clean can now delete ignored files instead of
      untracked files, with the new -i flag.
    * hg pull now has a --confirm flag to prompt before applying
      changes. Config option pull.confirm is also added for that.
    * hg log now defaults to using an '%' symbol for commits involved
      in unresolved merge conflicts. That includes unresolved
      conflicts caused by e.g. hg update --merge and hg graft. '@'
      still takes precedence, so what used to be marked '@' still is.
    * hg copy --forget can be used to unmark a file as copied.
    * The format.revlog-compression configuration entry now accept
      a list. The first available option will be used. for example
      revlog-compression=zstd, zlib
      Will use zstd compression for new repositories is available,
      and will simply fall back to zlib if not.
    * hg debugmergestate output is now templated, which may be useful
      e.g. for IDEs that want to help the user resolve merge
    * hg copy now supports a --at-rev argument to mark files as
      copied in the specified commit. It only works with --after for
      now (i.e., it's only useful for marking files copied using non-hg
      cp as copied).
    * Use hg copy --forget --at-rev REV to unmark already committed
    * bug fixes
    * changes that may affect backwards compatibility
  - there is no canonical upstream signing key, remove
* Sun May 03 2020
  - fix bash completion script (boo#1170703)
* Thu Mar 19 2020
  - Mercurial 5.3.1
* Mon Feb 10 2020
  - Mercurial 5.3
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    See release notes at
  - drop mercurial-4.8-python2-shebang.patch because of switch to Python 3
  - fixed and refreshed mercurial-locale-path-fix.patch
* Fri Jan 03 2020
  - Switch Mercurial to Python 3 (it should be supported already,
    according to
  - Fix rpmlint warnings.
* Fri Dec 06 2019
  - Mercurial 5.2.1
* Sun Nov 17 2019
  - Mercurial 5.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    + New Features
    * The amend extension supports the `--currentuser` argument.
    * The amend extension supports the `--close-branch` argument.
    * The amend extension supports the `--secret` argument.
    * The uncommit extension supports the `rewrite.update-timestamp` config
    + Backwards Compatibility Changes
    * A shell that supports `$(command)` syntax for command substitution is
      now required for running the test suite. The test runner normally
      uses `sh`, so if that is a shell that doesn't support `$(command)`
      syntax, you can override it by setting `$HGTEST_SHELL` or by passing it
      to ` --shell <shell>`.
    * The (experimental) narrow extension's wire protocol changed. If you're
      using it, you'll need to make sure to upgrade server and client at the
      same time.
  - refreshed mercurial.keyring
* Wed Oct 09 2019
  - Mercurial 5.1.2
    Regularly scheduled bug fix release.
    * extensions
      + phabricator: don't abort if property writing fails during amending
    * tests
      + test: allow different result for zstd compression (issue6188)
* Sun Sep 15 2019
  - Mercurial 5.1.1
    Regularly scheduled bug fix release.
    * commands
      + bookmarks: actual fix for race condition deleting bookmark
    * core
      + exchange: abort on pushing bookmarks pointing to secret changesets (issue6159)
      + python-zstandard: apply big-endian fix (issue6188)
      + fncache: make debugrebuildfncache not fail on broken fncache
    * tests
      + various test runner fixes
      + fixed use of `tr --delete` for tr(1) portability
* Fri Aug 02 2019
  - Mercurial 5.1
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    * New Features
      + New config `` shows status after successful
      + `hg root` now has templating support, including support for showing
      where a repo share's source is. See `hg help -v root` for details.
      + New `--force-close-branch` flag for `hg commit` to forcibly close branch
      from a non-head changeset.
      + The curses-based interface for commands like `hg commit -i` now supports
      a range-select mechanism. Select the first line using space like before,
      navigate to the last line, and press X (capital x) to set all items in
      the range at once. Lowercase x has been added as a synonym for space to
      help reinforce the mechanism, and pressing enter/return continues to be a
      synonym for "toggle the current line and move down to the next item in
      this section."
    * New Experimental Features
      + New config `experimental.log.topo` makes `hg log -G` use topological
      sorting. This is especially useful for aliases since it lets the alias
      accept an `-r` option while still using topological sorting with or
      without the -r (unlike if you use the `sort(..., topo)` revset).
    * Bug Fixes
      + issue4292: "hg log and {files} {file_adds} {file_mods} {file_dels} in
      template show wrong files on merged revision". See details in "Backwards
      Compatibility Changes".
    * Backwards Compatibility Changes
      + Removed (experimental) support for log graph lines mixing
      parent/grandparent styles. Setting e.g.
      `experimental.graphstyle.parent = !` and
      `experimental.graphstyle.grandparent = 3.` would use `!` for the first
      three lines of the graph and then `..`. This is no longer supported.
      + If ui.origbackuppath had been (incorrectly) configured to point to a
      file, we will now replace that file by a directory and put backups in
      that directory. This is similar to how we would previously replace files
    * in* the configured directory by subdirectories.
      + Template keyword `{file_mods}`, `{file_adds}`, and `{file_dels}` have
      changed behavior on merge commits. They used to be relative to the first
      parent, but they now consider both parents. `{file_adds}` shows files
      that exists in the commit but did not exist in either parent.
      `{file_dels}` shows files that do not exist in the commit but existed in
      either parent. `{file_mods}` show the remaining files from `{files}`
      that were not in the other two sets.
    * Internal API Changes
      + Matchers are no longer iterable. Use `match.files()` instead.
      + `match.visitdir()` and `match.visitchildrenset()` now expect the empty
      string instead of `'.'` to indicate the root directory.
      + `util.dirs()` and `util.finddirs()` now include an entry for the root
      directory (empty string).
      + `shelve` is no longer an extension now. It will be turned on by default.
      + New API to manage unfinished operations: Earlier there were distinct APIs
      which dealt with unfinished states and separate lists maintaining them
      that are `cmdutil.afterresolvestates`, `cmdutil.unfinishedstates`
      and `cmdutil.STATES`. Now these have been unified to a single API which
      handles the various states and their utilities. This API has been added
      to ``. Now instead of adding to these 3 lists independently a
      state for a new operation can be registered using `addunfinished()`
      in `state` module.
      + `cmdutil.checkunfinished()` now includes detection for merge too.
      + merge abort has been disallowed in case an operation of higher
      precedence is in progress to avoid cases of partial abort of operations.
      + We used to automatically attempt to make extensions compatible with
      Python 3 (by translating their source code while loading it).
      We no longer do that.
* Tue Jul 09 2019
  - Mercurial 5.0.2
    A regularly scheduled bugfix release.
    + commands
    * Help fixes on hg mv and hg cp
    + unsorted
    * debugrevlog: fix average size computation for empty data (issue6167)
    * Fix an obscure data corruption bug with musl libc
      (and presumably others).
      for more details.
* Wed Jun 19 2019
  - Mercurial 5.0.1
    A regularly scheduled bugfix release.
    + commands
    * bookmark: also make bookmark cache depends of the changelog
    * commit: allow --interactive to work again when naming a directory (issue6131)
    + unsorted
    * manifest: avoid corruption by dropping removed files with pure (issue5801)
    * sslutil: fsencode path returned by certifi (issue6132)
* Wed May 15 2019
  - Mercurial 5.0
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    + New Features
    * Python 3 Support (Beta)
    * `ui.relative-paths` option for getting relative path output from most
      commands. This is enabled when `ui.tweakdefaults` is enabled.
    * `expectsize()` revset errors out if revset has unexpected number
      of elements.
    * `config()` template function for getting a config value.
    * `{negrev}` template keyword shows the negative revision number. This is
      convenient because it is usually shorter than the positive number, but
      note that it is less stable.
    * `hg uncommit` now has an `--allow-dirty-working-copy` option.
    * `hg shelve` now has `--keep` option, which shelves but also leaves the
      working directory unchanged.
    * `hg diff` will now include specified files in subrepos.
    * `hg recover` now has a `--no-verify` option
    + Other Improvements
    * Improved color scheme for histedit's curses interface, making it more
      consistent with the curses hunk selector.
    + Bug Fixes
    * Histedit's curse interface has improved support for non ascii characters.
    + Backwards Compatibility Changes
    * color: change color of grep.rev label (BC)
    * commit: if interactive, look elsewhere for whitespace settings (BC)
    * diff: make sure we output stat even when --git is not passed (issue4037) (BC)
    * uncommit: abort if an explicitly given file cannot be uncommitted (BC)
* Fri Apr 12 2019
  - require openssl python module for runtime (not only build)
* Tue Mar 19 2019
  - Mercurial 4.9.1
    A regularly scheduled bugfix release, late due to vacations and similar
    disruptions at the regular time.
    * commands
      + record: prevent commits that don't pick up dirty subrepo
      changes (issue6102)
    * extensions
      + rebase: add missing dashes in help text
    * unsorted
      + subrepo: avoid false unsafe path detection on Windows
      + test-https: add some more known failure messages of client
      certs (issue6030)
* Fri Feb 01 2019
  - Mercurial 4.9
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    See complete changelog at
    * Security Fixes
      It was possible to use symlinks and subrepositories to defeat Mercurial's
      path-checking logic and write files outside a repository. This has been
      fixed. Users on older versions can either disable subrepositories witt
      allowed = false
      in their configuration or by ensuring any cloned repositories don't
      contain malicious symlinks.
    * New Features
      + 'hg histedit' will now present a curses UI if curses is available and
      'ui.interface' or 'ui.interface.histedit' is set to 'curses'.
      + The 'sparse-revlog' delta strategy is enabled by default for new
      repositories. See `hg help config.format.sparse-revlog` for details.
    * Other Notable Features
      + New `rewrite.update-timestamp=True` option to update the commit
      timestamp on history editing (e.g. amend.)
      + New `ui.message-output=stderr` option for scripting, which prevents
      status messages from interleaved.
      + New `rootglob:` filename pattern for a glob that is rooted at the root
      of the repository. See `hg help patterns` and `hg help hgignore` for
      + Some more reimplementation of ancestry algorithms in Rust for better
    * Backwards Compatibility Changes
      + Boolean options passed to the logtoprocess extension are now formatted
      as "0" or "1" instead of "None", "False", or "True".
      + The logtoprocess extension no longer supports invalid "ui.log()"
      arguments. A log message is always formatted and passed in to the
      "$MSG1" environment variable.
    * Internal API Changes
      + Status messages may be sent to a dedicated stream depending on
      configuration. Don't use "ui.status()", etc. as a shorthand for
      conditional writes. Use "ui.write()" for data output.
      + Add 'exthelper' class to simplify extension writing by allowing
      functions, commands, and configitems to be registered via annotations.
      The previous APIs are still available for use.
      + The extension hook "extsetup" without a 'ui' argument has been
      deprecated, and will be removed in the next version. Add a 'ui' argument
      to avoid the deprecation warning.
* Tue Jan 08 2019
  - Mercurial 4.8.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release containing following fixes:
    * commands
      + update: do not pass in user revspec as default destination (issue6044)
    * core
      + match: fix assertion for fileset with no context (issue6046)
      + revlog: catch delta base value under -1
      + revlog: catch revlog corruption in index_baserev
      + server: always close http socket if responding with an error (issue6033)
      + vfs: ensure closewrapbase fh doesn't escape by entering context manager
    * extensions
      + phabricator: properly encode boolean types in the request body
    * unsorted
      + windows: ensure mixedfilemodewrapper fd doesn't escape by entering context mgr
      + worker: do not swallow exception occurred in main process
* Wed Dec 05 2018
  - Mercurial 4.8.1
    A regularly scheduled bugfix release. Some security fixes are included, but
    all are expected to be low-risk.
    * commands
    - commandserver: get around ETIMEDOUT raised by selectors2
    - graft: do not try to skip rev derived from ancestor more than
      once (issue6024)
    - verify: provide unit to ui.makeprogress()
    * core
    - revlog: fix out-of-bounds access by negative parents read from
      revlog (SEC)
    * extensions
    - rebase: abort in-mem rebase if there's a dirty merge state
    - rebase: fix dir/file conflict detection when using in-mem merge
    - rebase: fix path auditing to audit path relative to repo root (issue5818)
    - rebase: preserve working copy when redoing in-mem rebase on disk
    * unsorted
    - tests: stabilize test-inherit-mode.t on FreeBSD and macOS (issue6026)
* Tue Nov 06 2018
  - mercurial-4.8-python2-shebang.patch: fixes boo#1114895
  - explicitly depend on Python 2.7+
* Sat Nov 03 2018
  - Mercurial 4.8
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    See release overview at and
    complete changelog at
* Tue Oct 02 2018
  - Mercurial 4.7.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release containing following fixes:
    * security
      + Fix a potential out-of-bounds read in manifest parsing C code.
    * core
      + various minor correctness fixes in revsets for commonancestors() and
    * unsorted
      + chgserver: do not send system() back to client if stdio
      redirected (issue5992)
      + procutil: compare fd number to see if stdio protection
      is needed (issue5992)
* Wed Sep 05 2018
  - Mercurial 4.7.1
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release containing following fixes:
    * commands
      + merge: do not delete untracked files silently (issue5962)
    * core
      + revlog: fix descendant deprecated method
    * hgweb
      + hgweb: load revcount + 1 entries to fill nextentry in log page (issue5972)
    * performance
      + remotephase: avoid full changelog iteration (issue5964)
      + remotephase: fast path newheads computation in simple case (issue5964)
      + scmutil: avoid quadratic membership testing (issue5969)
      + sparse-revlog: fix delta validity computation
* Sun Aug 12 2018
  - Mercurial 4.7
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release and has it's own
    release notes page which can be found here:
    [Full release notes](
* Tue Jul 03 2018
  - Mercurial 4.6.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release containing following fixes:
    * merge: do not fill manifest of committed revision with pseudo node
    * crecord: fix line number in hunk header (issue5917)
    * lazymanifest: don't crash when out of memory (issue5916)
    * procutil: use unbuffered stdout on Windows
* Fri Jun 08 2018
  - Mercurial 4.6.1
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release that also contains security
    * Security Fixes
      Multiple issues found in mpatch.c with a fuzzer:
      + OVE-20180430-0001
      + OVE-20180430-0002
      + OVE-20180430-0004
      With the following fixes:
      mpatch: be more careful about parsing binary patch data (SEC)
      mpatch: protect against underflow in mpatch_apply (SEC)
      mpatch: ensure fragment start isn't past the end of orig (SEC)
      mpatch: fix UB in int overflows in gather() (SEC)
      mpatch: fix UB integer overflows in discard() (SEC)
      mpatch: avoid integer overflow in mpatch_decode (SEC)
      mpatch: avoid integer overflow in combine() (SEC)
      No exploits are known at the time, however, it is highly recommended that
      all users upgrade.
    * Bug Fixes
      Also included in this release are the following,
      + zstandard: pull in bug fixes from upstream 0.9.1 (issue5884)
      + bundle2: fix old clients from reading newer format (issue5872)
      + bdiff: fix xdiff long/int64 conversion (issue5885)
      + push: continue without locking on lock failure other than EEXIST (issue5882)
      + lfs: fix crash in command server (issue5902)
      + hghave: fix deadlock in test runner
      + rebase: fix error when computing obsoletenotrebased (issue5907)
      + rebase: prioritize indicating an interrupted rebase over update (issue5838)
      + revset: pass in lookup function to matchany() (issue5879)
* Fri May 11 2018
  - Mercurial 4.6
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    See complete changelog at
* Wed Apr 04 2018
  - Mercurial 4.5.3
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    * Bug Fixes
      + rebase: on abort, don't strip commits that didn't need to be rebased
      + hgweb: garbage collect on every request
      + amend: abort if unresolved merge conflicts found (issue5805)
* Sat Mar 10 2018
  - Modernize spec-file by calling spec-cleaner
* Wed Mar 07 2018
  - Mercurial 4.5.2
    (4.5.2 was released immediately after 4.5.1 to fix a release oversight.)
    1. Security Fixes (CVE-2018-1000132,bsc#1085211)
      All versions of Mercurial prior to 4.5.2 have vulnerabilities in the HTTP
      server that allow permissions bypass to:
    * Perform writes on repositories that should be read-only
    * Perform reads on repositories that shouldn't allow read access
    2. Backwards Compatibility Changes
      The "batch" wire protocol command now enforces permissions of each invoked
      sub-command. Wire protocol commands must define their operation type or the
      "batch" command will assume they can write data and will prevent their
      execution on HTTP servers unless the HTTP request method is POST, the
      server is configured to allow pushes, and the (possibly authenticated) HTTP
      user is authorized to perform a push.
      Wire protocol commands not defining their operation type in
      "wireproto.PERMISSIONS" are now assumed to be used for "push" operations
      and access control to run those commands is now enforced accordingly.
    3. Bug Fixes
      fileset: don't abort when running copied() on a revision with a removed file
      date: fix parsing months
      setup: only allow Python 3 from a source checkout (issue5804)
      annotate: do not poorly split lines at CR (issue5798)
      subrepo: don't attempt to share remote sources (issue5793)
      subrepo: activate clone pooling to enable sharing with remote URLs
      changegroup: do not delta lfs revisions
      revlog: do not use delta for lfs revisions
      revlog: resolve lfs rawtext to vanilla rawtext before applying delta
    See full cnahgelog on
* Sun Feb 04 2018
  - Mercurial 4.5
    See full changelog on
    1. New Features
      1.1. revert --interactive
      The revert command now accepts the flag --interactive to allow reverting
      only some of the changes to the specified files.
      1.2. Accessing hidden changesets
      Set config option `experimental.directaccess = True` to access hidden
      changesets from read only commands.
      1.3. githelp extension
      The githelp extension provides the `hg githelp` command. This command
      attempts to convert a git command to its Mercurial equivalent. The
      extension can be useful to Git users new to Mercurial.
      1.4. Largefiles changes
      largefiles: add a 'debuglfput' command to put largefile into the store
      largefiles: add support for 'largefiles://' url scheme
      largefiles: allow to run 'debugupgraderepo' on repo with largefiles
      largefiles: convert EOL of hgrc before appending to bytes IO
      largefiles: explicitly set the source and sink types to 'hg' for lfconvert
      largefiles: modernize how capabilities are added to the wire protocol
    2. hgweb changes
      hgweb now shows more information about commits: phase (if it's not public),
      obsolescence status (with a short explanation and links to the successors)
      and instabilities (e.g. orphan, phase-divergent or content-divergent).
      Client-side graph code has been simplified by delegating more work to the
      backend, so /graph page is now more in sync with /log page, visually and
      feature-wise. Unfortunately, this code change means that 3rd-party themes
      for 4.5+ are required to have graphentry.tmpl template available (copy it
      from the base theme if you don't use %include and then reference it in map
      file) and render entries in graph.tmpl -- look at one of the core themes to
      see what it needs to look like. JS functions that create graph vertices and
      edges are now available in Graph.prototype, making it possible to call the
      original functions from custom theme-specific functions if needed.
      Graph now shows different symbols for normal, branch-closing, obsolete and
      unstable commits, and marks currently checked out commit with a circle
      around its graph node.
      There's also now json-graph API endpoint that can be used for rendering
      commit graph in 3rd-party applications.
    2.1. Other Changes
      When interactive revert is run against a revision other than the working
      directory parent, the diff shown is the diff to _apply_ to the working
      directory, rather than the diff to _discard_ from the working copy. This is
      in line with related user experiences with 'git' and appears to be less
      confusing with 'ui.interface=curses'.
      Let 'hg rebase' avoid content-divergence by skipping obsolete changesets
      (and their descendants) when they are present in the rebase set along with
      one of their successors but none of their successors is in destination.
      A new experimental config flag, `rebase.experimental.inmemory`, makes
      rebase perform an in-memory merge instead of doing it on-disk in the
      working copy.
      The `HGPLAINEXCEPT` environment variable can now include color to allow
      automatic output colorization in otherwise automated environments.
      A new `unamend` command in `uncommit` extension which undoes the effect of
      the amend command by creating a new changeset which was there before amend
      and moving the changes that were amended to the working directory.
      A '--abort' flag to merge command to abort the ongoing merge.
      An experimental flag '--rev' to 'hg branch' which can be used to change
      branch of changesets.
      bundle2 read I/O significantly improved
      bundle2 memory use significantly reduced during read
      clonebundle: it is now possible to serve the clonebundle using a git-lfs
      compatible server.
      templatefilters: add slashpath() to convert path separator to slash
      A new experimental config flag, 'inline-color-diff', adds within-line color
      diff capacity
      histedit: add support to output nodechanges using formatter to help with
      editor integrations
    3. Backwards Compatibility Changes
      `log --follow-first -rREV`, which is deprecated, now follows the first
      parent of merge revisions from the specified REV just like
      `log --follow -rREV`.
      `log --follow -rREV FILE..` now follows file history across copies and
      transaction: register summary callbacks only at start of transaction
      hgweb's graph view no longer supports browsers that lack <canvas> support
      hgweb: only include graph-related data in jsdata variable on /graph pages
      graphlog: add another graph node type, unstable, using character *
      remove: print message for each file in verbose mode only while using '-A'
* Sat Nov 11 2017
  - Mercurial 4.4.1
    1. Notable changes
    * Git and Subversion subrepos have been disabled by default to mitigate a
      potential security risk if files overlapping with a subrepo managed to be
      committed to a repository.
      bsc#1071715 CVE-2017-17458
    * Subrepos are now more paranoid about symlink traversal.
    * The share extension handles drive letters on Windows better.
    It is possible that a specially malformed repository can cause Git
    subrepositories to run arbitrary code in the form of a .git/hooks/post-update
    script checked in to the repository in Mercurial 4.4 and earlier. Typical use
    of Mercurial prevents construction of such repositories, but they can be
    created programmatically.
* Sun Nov 05 2017
  - Mercurial 4.4
    Notable changes
      Control whitespace settings for annotation on hgweb
    * /annotate URLs on hgweb now accept query string arguments to influence how
      whitespace changes impact results.
    * The arguments "ignorews," "ignorewsamount," "ignorewseol," and
      "ignoreblanklines" now have the same meaning as their [annotate] config
      section counterparts. Any provided setting overrides the server default.
    * HTML checkboxes have been added to the paper and gitweb themes to expose
      current whitespace settings and to easily modify the current view.
      Fast, heuristic copy-tracing
      A new fast heuristic algorithm for copytracing which assumes that the
      files moves are either:
      1. renames in the same directory
      2. moves in other directories with same names
      You can use this algorithm by setting 'experimental.copytrace=heuristics'.
      This setting performs full copytracing if both source and destination
      branches contains non-public changesets only.
      Other changes
    * Estimated time is more accurate with non-linear progress
    * "hg status -v" can now show unfinished state. For example, when in an
      unfinished rebase state, "hg status -v" might show:
      [#] The repository is in an unfinished *rebase* state.
      [#] No unresolved merge conflicts.
      [#] To continue:                hg rebase --continue
      [#] To abort:                   hg rebase --abort
    * Added '--ignore-space-at-eol' diff option to ignore whitespace
      differences at line endings.
    * show: use consistent node length in views
    * show: decrease minimum displayed hash length from 5 to 4
    * A new uncommit extension which provides 'hg uncommit' using which one
      can uncommit part or all of the changeset. This command undoes the
      effect of a local commit, returning the affected files to their
      uncommitted state.
    * 'hg clone --uncompressed' uses clone bundles when possible
    * 'hg annotate --skip' now prints a '*' on lines with skipped revisions
    * New 'commands.update.check' feature to adjust constraints on when
      'hg update' will allow updates with a dirty working copy.
    * Add an experimental -L/--line-range FILE,FROMLINE:TOLINE option to
      'hg log' command to follow the history of files by line range. In
      combination with -p/--patch option, only diff hunks within specified
      line range will be displayed. Feedback, especially on UX aspects, is
    * Print warning when fsmonitor isn't being used on a large repository
    Read rest of the changelog at
  - Mercurial 4.3.3
    * Prevent crashes when clearing progress bar. (issue5684)
    * rebase: move bookmarks with --keep (issue5682)
  - Mercurial 4.3.2
    * restore compatibility with older versions of Python 2.7 by not using a
      bytearray with struct.unpack_from()
    * restore mingw compatibility for
    * hgwebdir: read 'web.template' untrusted (plugs potential security issue)
    * repair: preserve phase when not using generaldelta (issue5678)
    * ssh: fix flakey ssh errors on BSD systems
    * restore error handling behavior around certain I/O errors; the regressed
      behavior could result in transactions not being properly rolled back if
      stdio handles encountered errors (issue5658)
    * templatekw: choose {latesttag} by len(changes), not date (issue5659)
    * record: fix revert -i for lines without newline (issue5651)
    * mq: create non-lossy patches, also with custom global diff configuration
  - Fixed README file name (now it's README.rst)
* Tue Aug 15 2017
  - Mercurial 4.3.1:
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release,
    including the previous two security fixes (CVE-2017-1000115,
    Notable changes:
    * experimental amend extension providing the amend command
    * experimental sparse extension
    * Support for Python 2.6 has been dropped.
    * Bundles created by the strip extension now store phase
      information. It will be restored when unbundling.
    * The strip extension now removes relevant obsmarkers.
      If a backup requested (the default), the obsmarkers are stored
      in the backup bundle and will be restored when unbundling.
    * hg show work (from the experimental show extension) now
      displays more info
    * hg show stack is a new view for the current, in-progress
      changeset and others around it
    * Mitigation for two security vulnerabilities
* Thu Aug 10 2017
  - mercurial 4.2.3: security fix updates for
    CVE-2017-1000115 and CVE-2017-1000116:
    * Mercurial's symlink auditing was incomplete prior to 4.3, and
      could be abused to write to files outside the repository
      (CVE-2017-1000115 bsc#1053344)
    * Mercurial was not sanitizing hostnames passed to ssh, allowing
      shell injection attacks by specifying a hostname starting with
    - oProxyCommand (CVE-2017-1000116, bsc#1052696)
* Wed Jul 05 2017
  - Mercurial 4.2.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    * largefiles: avoid a crash when archiving a subrepo with largefiles disabled
    * rebase: also test abort from pretxnclose error
    * rebase: backed out changes 2519994d25ca and cf8ad0e6c0e4 (issue5610)
    * rebase: reinforce testing around precommit hook interrupting a rebase
  - Mercurial 4.2.1
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    * `hg graft` now works when grafting across merges that were problematic
      before (b4e1e30528c7).
    * A race condition in `hg status` was partially fixed (issue5584).
    * The message about deprecated SHA-1 hashes in the [hostfingerprints] config
      section now references the correct syntax for replacing them with SHA-256
      hashes (issue5559).
* Sun May 07 2017
  - Mercurial 4.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    * Notable changes
      + Pager support has been moved into core and is now enabled by default.
      This is now controlled with the ui.paginate setting.
      Note that in 4.2-rc, the ui.paginate option was named pager.enable. The
      old name has been dropped in the final release. If you had turned
      pagination off using pager.enable=False, please update your config.
      + Color support has also been moved into core and is now enabled by default
      (the ui.color setting now defaults to 'auto').
      + The new experimental 'show' extension provides a way to view various
      information about your repository in an ergonomic way. It is deliberately
      designed for human consumption and not for scripting, so it doesn't carry
      the same backward compatibility guarantees as other commands. See
      'hg help -e show' for more information.
      + Mercurial now requires `setuptools` on Windows
* Tue Apr 04 2017
  - Mercurial 4.1.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    + Mercurial should work inside IIS on Windows again. (issue5493)
    + zstd support now refuses to work on old bundle formats. (issue5506)
    + Merges involving subrepositories no longer crash in some cases. (issue5505)
    + Checking for new heads during push is no longer accidentally quadratic
  - Mercurial 4.1.1
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    + Several incorrect mailing list addresses have been corrected.
    + Various error cases have been corrected during push and pull.
    + Minor issues that happened when Mercurial spawned worker processes have
      been fixed.
* Wed Feb 01 2017
  - Mercurial 4.1
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release.
    + Features
    * A new extensible "compression engines" API has been implemented. Support
      for a new compression format can now be implemented in extensions.
    * New compression formats are fully supported in bundles and the wire
      protocol. There is experimental support for different compression in
    * zstd - a new and exciting compression engine - is now distributed with
      Mercurial and built by default
    * HTTP payloads for many commands will now use zstd by default (as opposed
      to zlib) when both client and server support it. This can reduce
      server-side CPU usage to ~60% of original for operations like serving
    * zstd compressed bundles can be produced by specifying the `zstd` bundle
      type. e.g. `hg bundle -a -t zstd-v2 zstd-bundle.hg`.
    * A new statistical profiler has been added and made the default profiler
      for `--profile`. This profiler gives more accurate results than Python's
      built-in cProfile (the previous default) because the profiler overhead is
      much smaller. The output from `--profile` now displays the code hot path
      by default. This allows Mercurial developers to more accurately identify
      performance problems.
    * New `followlines(file, from:to, startrev=.)` revset predicate to track a
      part of changes.
    * Experimental support for additional git-diff features.
    * Troubled changes (from ChangesetEvolution) are noted more prominently in a few places.
    * An experimental hg debugupgraderepo command allows in-place upgrading of
      repositories to the latest storage format.
    + Improvements
    * Performance of reading individual revlog entries has been greatly
      improved. This will be noticeable when performing changelog scans on
      large repositories (such as when executing certain revsets).
    * The low-level content diffing algorithm is now ~2x faster. Operations
      that write data to the repository (like commit) can be noticeably faster
      as a result.
    See complete changelog at
  - refreshed mercurial-locale-path-fix.patch and mercurial-hgk-path-fix.diff
  - refresh package keyring
* Fri Jan 06 2017
  - Update to version 4.0.2:
    * demandimport: do not raise ImportError for unknown item in
    * posix: make poll() restart on interruption by signal
    * hgweb: add missing slash to file log url in rss style
    * hgweb: cache fctx.parents() in annotate command
    * vfs, scmutil: ignore EPERM at os.utime, which avoids ambiguity
  - Update package keyring
* Wed Nov 02 2016
  - Mercurial 4.0
    This is a regularly-scheduled quarterly feature release. Unlike other
    4.0 software releases, this is simply 3.9 + .1, so it should be the usual
    pain-free upgrade.
    + Features
    * The following commands now also have experimental formatter support:
      'hg version', 'hg grep' and 'hg config'
    * New template keywords and functions: `termwidth`, `mod(a, b)`,
    * Basic arithmetic operations in template such as `termwidth - 10`
    * `follow()` revset takes new `startrev` parameter
    * Bash completion now allows skipping potentially expensive status call
      for completing 'hg status' arguments, using $HGCOMPLETE_NOSTATUS
      environment variable
    + Improvements
    * A number of changes were made to move and copy tracking, to make sure
      move and copy information is not lost during commands like 'hg graft'
    * Compound revset expression is now properly ordered
    * Python 3 support has received a lot of improvements (but will take a
      lot of additional work)
    * zlib performance in hgweb is improved, and it's possible to control zlib
      compression level using server.zliblevel option
  - Refreshed mercurial-hgk-path-fix.diff and mercurial-locale-path-fix.patch
* Mon Sep 19 2016
  - Mercurial 3.9.1 (2016-9-1)
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    * bundle2: fail faster when interrupted
    * bundle2: localize handleoutput remote prompts
    * convert: move svn config initializer out of the module level
    * debian: update source URL in copyright file
    * exchange: correctly specify url to unbundle (issue5145)
    * help: add example of '[templates]' usage
    * help: update link to wiki/CommandServer
    * osx: update bugzilla link in readme
    * revset: fix keyword arguments to go through optimization process
    * win32: update link to mailing list in readme
    * win32: update wiki link in mercurial.ini
* Mon Aug 01 2016
  - Mercurial v3.9
    + Features
    * ui.textwidth can now be set to define width of help text
    * separate() template function added
    * ui.rollback can be set to false to disable the hg rollback command
    * fail-<command> hooks now run when a command fails
    * experimental.graphstyle.* config options to control styling of graphs in
    * experimental.histedit.autoverb allows histedit lines beginning with
      "verb!" to be interpreted as histedit actions
    * [hostsecurity] config section for defining advanced per-host security
    * ability to define the SHA-256 and SHA-512 hashes of pinned server
    * ability to define CA certificates on a per-host basis
    * ability to define the minimum TLS protocol version on a global or
      per-host basis
    * sort() revset can now perform topological sorts using the topo option
    * hgweb can now render JSON for filelog, filerevision, summary, and search
      web commands
    * [paths] entries can now define a pushrev sub-option to control which
      revisions to push by default
    * The experimental 'journal' extension was added, allowing users to view
      the previous positions of bookmarks and the working copy
    + Improvements
      This release includes many improvements, including (but not limited to):
    * performance of `hg diff` has been improved
    * chg now detects more changes to the configuration and execution
    * SSL/TLS code has been significantly refactored and now is consistent
      across all consumers (HTTPS, SMTPS)
    * performance improvements to server communication (particularly for the
      largefiles and remotefilelog extensions)
    * connections to servers whose certificate authority (CA) is unknown are
      now refused even if no CA certificates are available (see SecureConnections for details)
    * fingerprints of server certificates are now printed using SHA-256
      instead of SHA-1
    * reads and writes to certain files is now robust and avoids more race
      conditions and edge cases (see ExactCacheValidationPlan)
    * performance improvements to certain revsets
    * cloning will no longer prompt for a password multiple times when cloning
      from a server that requires a password
    * annotate view in hgweb now groups lines into blocks depending on their
      revision and highlights lines for the current revision
    * hgweb now displays extra information and also navigation links in popups
      for each line in annotate view
* Sun Jun 12 2016
  - mercurial 3.8.3:
    * bookmarks: allow pushing active bookmark on new remote head
    * localrepo: prevent executable-bit only changes from being lost on amend
    * strip: invalidate phase cache after stripping changeset
  - verify source signature
* Tue May 17 2016
  - Mercurial v3.8.2
    This is an unscheduled bugfix release. 3.8.1 contained a noisy deprecation
    warning that was only intended for Mercurial developers, sorry.
    * bookmarks: properly invalidate volatile sets when writing bookmarks
    * builddeb: add distroseries to tagged versions
    * bundle2: properly request phases during getbundle
    * debian: add wish to suggests
    * debian: forgot to make debian/rules executable in 6b95a623ec90
    * deprecation: gate deprecation warning behind devel configuration
    * help: fix the display for hg help internals.revlogs (issue5227)
    * help: search section of help topic by translated section name correctly
    * hg-ssh: copy doc string to man page
    * patch: show lower-ed translated message correctly
    * progress: stop excessive clearing (issue4801)
* Tue May 03 2016
  - fix mercurial-locale-fix.patch
* Mon May 02 2016
  - update to v3.8.1
    (3.8.1 was released immediately after 3.8 to fix a release oversight.)
    Regularly scheduled feature release. This release contains a low-priority security fix for:
    * CVE-2016-3105 Mercurial: arbitrary code execution when converting Git repos
    * `hg update` and other commands that can perform update (such as hg pull -u)
      now warn about other topological heads
    * cHg has been added
    * `hg update` now updates to the tip-most changeset on the same topological
      branch. Before, it would update to the tip-most changeset, possibly on a
      different topological head
    * Hints on how to continue interrupted commands are now printed
      (e.g. `hg resolve -m` will now tell you to run `hg rebase --continue` or
      `hg histedit --continue`)
    * The experimental automv extension has been added. This extension attempts
      to detect file copes and renames automatically.
    * The 3rd party hgwatchman extension has been imported as the fsmonitor
      extension. This extension uses filesystem watching to make commands like
      `hg status` significantly faster on large repositories.
    * `hg rebase` now chooses its default destination the same way `hg merge` does
    * `hg pull -u` now activates a bookmark if the has a bookmark
    * `hg pull -u` now deactivates a bookmark if the destination doesn't match
      the existing bookmark
    * Improved edge styles in graph log.
    * User template keywords and functions can be defined in `[templatealias]`
    * It's now possible to push the active bookmark using `hg push -B .`.
    This release includes many improvements, including (but not limited to):
    * performance of copy detection during rebases has been improved, potentially
      leading to faster rebase execution
    * performance of `hg log -f <file>` has been improved
    * syntax errors in loaded extensions are now handled better
    * `hg update` on Windows should now be up to 4x faster
    * JSON encoding should now be proper UTF-8 for all inputs
    * Performance of the - revset operator has been improved
    * The blackbox extension now logs more data
    * "hgext" is now a Python namespace package
    * revsets accessing changelog data (commit messages, authors, dates) are now
      10-15% faster
    * hg.exe built in MinGW will now link against the proper Python DLL
* Wed Mar 30 2016
  - update to v3.7.3
    This is an out of cycle release to address three security issues:
    * CVE-2016-3630 Mercurial: remote code execution in binary delta decoding
      Mercurial prior to 3.7.3 contained two bounds-checking errors in its binary
      delta decoder that may be exploitable via clone, push, or pull.
    * CVE-2016-3068 Mercurial: arbitrary code execution with Git subrepos
      Mercurial prior to 3.7.3 allowed URLs for Git subrepos that could result in
      arbitrary code execution on clone. This is a further side-effect of Git
      CVE-2015-7545. Reported by Blake Burkhart.
    * CVE-2016-3069 Mercurial: arbitrary code execution when converting Git repos
      Mercurial prior to 3.7.3 allowed arbitrary code execution when converting
      Git repos with hostile names. This could affect automated conversion
      services. Reported by Blake Burkhart.
    + bdiff: (pure) support array.array arrays (issue5130)
    + convert: add new, non-clowny interface for shelling out to git (SEC)
    + convert: dead code removal - old git calling functions (SEC)
    + convert: rewrite calls to Git to use the new shelling mechanism (SEC)
    + convert: rewrite gitpipe to use common.commandline (SEC)
    + convert: test for shell injection in git calls (SEC)
    + files: don't recurse into subrepos without a path or -S (issue5127)
    + hg: perform update after pulling during clone with share (issue5103)
    + mq: restrict generated patch name to 75 characters (issue5117)
    + obsolete: fix n^2 marker computation behavior
    + parsers: detect short records (SEC)
    + parsers: fix list sizing rounding error (SEC)
    + streamclone: fix error when store files grow while stream cloning
    + subrepo: adapt to git's recent renames-by-default
    + subrepo: set GIT_ALLOW_PROTOCOL to limit git clone protocols (SEC)
* Sun Mar 13 2016
  - update to v3.7.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    + bundlerepo: properly handle hidden linkrev in filelog (issue4945)
    + bundlerepo: properly handle hidden linkrev in manifestlog (issue4945)
    + demandimport: add _imp to ignore list
    + doc: correct example concerning "hg purge" alias in man page "hgrc.5"
    + doc: remove deprecated option from synopsis of command help
    + fileset: fix copy/paste in eol() error message
    + help: fix typo in backgroundclose documentation
    + help: is new primary name of (and new cert)
    + help: update template examples to use reST literal syntax
    + hg: obtain lock when creating share from pooled repo (issue5104)
    + log: fix order of revisions filtered by multiple OR options (issue5100)
    + rebase: update working directory when aborting (issue5084)
    + revert: properly revert to ancestor of p2 during merge (issue5052)
    + revset: flatten chained 'list' operations (aka function args) (issue5072)
    + setup: avoid procedure related to hg.exe at --pure
    + ui: fix crash by non-interactive prompt echo for user name
    + unionrepo: properly handle hidden linkrev in revlog (issue5070)
    + zeroconf: forward all arguments passed to ui.configitems() wrapper
* Thu Feb 11 2016
  - update to 3.7.1
    This addresses an urgent regression in compilation on Solaris
    and metadata handling for conversions.
    + amend: don't preserve most extra fields
    + graft: don't preserve most extra fields
    + histedit: fix typo in documentation
    + osutil: disable compilation of recvfds() on unsupported platforms
    + osutil: do not abort loading pure module just because libc has no recvmsg()
    + rebase: backout changeset 986d04b9fedd
    + rebase: backout changeset d755a9531fce
    + rebase: don't preserve most extra fields
* Tue Feb 02 2016
  - update to v3.7
    * Features
      + Generaldelta: the original Mercurial compression format had an inefficient way of storing history in very branchy
      repositories. Generaldelta addresses this weakness. As a result, depending on the repository, this can improve
      the size of the history up to a factor of 10. Mercurial 1.9 was the first release to support generaldelta
      (behind a feature flag), but Mercurial 3.7 also allows pulling a mixture of non-generaldelta and generaldelta
      history without having to recompute everything, which avoids overloading servers. As a result, generaldelta is
      now enabled by default. You can convert a repository to generaldelta using:
      `hg clone -U --config format.generaldelta=1 --pull originalrepo generaldeltarepo`
      + Clonebundles: this is an server-side extension. It allows using a pre-generated bundle for an initial Mercurial
      clone. Clients will automatically use clonebundles if a server advertises them. Clonebundles allows much faster
      initial clones and reduces the load on a central server significantly. Mercurial 3.6 was the first version to
      include experimental clonebundles support, it's now been marked non-experimental. You can find out more using:
      `hg help clonebundles`.
      + Filesets now support 'missing()', to specify all files missing according to `hg status`.
      + Interactive committing (`hg commit -i`) and amending (`hg commit --amend`) can now be used together.
      + Merging can now handle collisions between untracked and tracked files, configurable according to the config
      option `merge.checkunknown`.
      + Default 'histedit' destination: it's now possible to run `hg histedit` without specifying a base revision.
      Mercurial will try to determine an appropriate base automatically. The revset used for this is
      "`reverse(only(.) and not public() and not ::merge())`", which specifies the first ancestor of the current
      changeset that is not public and does not have any descendants that are merges.
      + The '*.orig' files created by revert can now be stored in a different location, specified by the config option
      + `hg shelve` now supports storing untracked files.
      + `hg unshelve` now supports using a custom merge tool.
      + `hg backout` now commits by default if no conflicts were encountered.
      + hgweb now supports rendering sub-topics.
      + Server operators can now limit interaction with legacy clients speaking an outdated wire protocol. This is useful
      for preventing excessive CPU use when the server is using generaldelta repositories. See the various `bundle1`
      options in `hg help config.server`.
      + Python wheel packages are now available for Windows on PyPI
      + `[paths]` entries can now define a separate URL for pushes. See `hg help config.paths` for more.
    * Improvements
      This release includes many improvements, including (but not limited to):
      + performance improvements (speedup for '`hg log <file/folder>`')
      + many documentation improvements (clarification, additional examples (see `hg help <command> --verbose`), ...)
      + improved PyPy support
      + `hg clone --uncompressed` is now 3-4x faster on Windows. See the `backgroundclose*` options in
      `hg help config.worker` for more.
* Sun Dec 06 2015
  - update to 3.6.2
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    + docker: match more version of 'hg docker version'
    + localrepo.commit: check all files for resolve state
    + rebase: add returning value from pullrebase function
    + resolve: restore .orig only after merge is fully complete
    + share: wrap bmstore._writerepo for transaction sensitivity
    + tags: create new sortdict for performance reasons
* Wed Nov 11 2015
  - update to 3.6.1
    This is an out-of-cycle bugfix release for issues related to hooks
    See detailed release notes on
* Sun Nov 08 2015
  - update to 3.6
    Regularly-scheduled feature release.
    See detailed release notes on
* Sun Oct 04 2015
  - update to 3.5.2
    Regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    + hgweb: use latest mtime for caching tag (issue4814)
    + largefiles: restore archiving largefiles with hgweb (issue4859)
    + localrepo: recreate phasecache if changelog was modified (issue4855)
    + monoblue: fix page subtitle on help pages
    + unbundle: cleanly abort on unknown bundle2 feature
* Mon Sep 14 2015
  - update to 3.5.1
    Regularly-scheduled bugfix release
    + convert: fix git copy file content conversions
    + filesets: ignore unit case in size() predicate for single value
    + help: fix typo familar -> familiar
    + help: fix typo in scripting documentation
    + hg: avoid auto sharing when the clone destination is remote
    + hgweb: fix trust of templates path (BC)
    + histedit: backout ebb5bb9bc32e
    + largefiles: ensure lfutil.getstandinmatcher() only matches standins
    + match: fix a case-only rename + explicit path commit on icasefs (issue4768)
    + parsers: fix memory leak in compute_phases_map_sets
    + rebase: lock the repo during the full rebase operation
    + revset: prevent crash caused by empty group expression while optimizing "and"
    + revset: prevent crash caused by empty group expression while optimizing "or"
    + strip: use the 'finally: tr.release' pattern during stripping
    + update: wlock the repo for the whole 'hg update' command
  - require python-curses (boo#944183)
* Tue Aug 04 2015
  - update to v3.5
    Regularly-scheduled feature release.
    See detailed release notes on
* Sat Jul 25 2015
  - update to v3.4.2
    See detailed release notes on and
* Sun May 03 2015
  - update to 3.4
    This is a regularly-scheduled feature release.
    See full release notes at
* Fri Apr 03 2015
  - update to 3.3.3
    This is a regularly-scheduled bugfix release.
    + adjustlinkrev: handle 'None' value as source
    + adjustlinkrev: prepare source revs for ancestry only once
    + amend: check for directory renames for both merge parents
    + annotate: reuse ancestry context when adjusting linkrev (issue4532)
    + dirstate: don't require exact case when adding dirs on icasefs
    + dirstate: make sure rootdir ends with directory separator
    + filemerge: clean up language in mergemarkertemplate help
    + forget: cleanup the output for an inexact case match on icasefs
    + hgweb: prevent loading style map from directories other than
      specified paths
    + mergecopies: reuse ancestry context when traversing file history
    + templates: fix "log -q" output of default style
    + templates: fix "log -q" output of phases style
    + win32: 'raise ctypes.WinError' -> 'raise ctypes.WinError()'
* Fri Mar 06 2015
  - Without installed python package hg is not able to clone https links,
    and it is not so easy to understand from error message:
    "python ssl support not found".
* Tue Mar 03 2015
  - update to v3.3.2
    An unscheduled bugfix release to fix the fix.
    + transaction: really disable hardlink backups (issue4546)
  - update to v3.3.1
    This is a regularly scheduled bugfix release. It fixes a significant regression with transactions on Windows network shares.
    + dispatch: work around UnicodeDecodeError caused by SSLError of Python 2.7.9
    + hgweb: recreate old DOM structure for css in monoblue style
    + largefiles: access to specific fields only if largefiles enabled (issue4547)
    + log: fix json-formatted output when file copies are listed (issue4523)
    + repoview: invalidate cached changelog if _delayed changes (issue4549)
    + revisionbranchcache: fall back to slow path if starting readonly (issue4531)
    + revset: mask specific names for named() predicate
    + shellquote: fix missing quotes for empty string
    + templatekw: fix {join(bookmarks, sep)} to always show associated bookmarks
    + transaction: disable hardlink backups (issue4546)
* Wed Feb 04 2015
  - update to v3.3
    + commands
    * add: add back forgotten files even when not matching exactly (BC)
    * addremove: add back forgotten files (BC)
    * addremove: add support for the -S flag
    * addremove: print relative paths when called with -I/-X (BC)
    * addremove: support addremove with explicit paths in subrepos
    * backout: add --commit option
    * commit: abort if --addremove is specified, but fails
    * commit: remove reverse search for copy source when not in parent (issue4476)
    * commit: propagate --addremove to subrepos if -S is specified (issue3759)
    * graft: show more useful status information while grafting
    + core
    * bundles: do not overwrite existing backup bundles (BC)
    * osx: patch .pax.gz files in pkg bundles so they extract as root (issue4081)
    * revset: handle hidden linkrev for file missing for head (issue4490)
    * revset: allow rev(-1) to indicate null revision (BC)
    * revset: fix ancestors(null) to include null revision (issue4512)
    * subrepo: don't abort in add when non-hg subrepos are present (issue4513)
    * cmdserver: use given streams as pipe channels like other commands
    * extensions: only check compatibility against major and minor versions (BC)
    * https: support tls sni (server name indication) for https urls (issue3090)
    * ignore: resolve ignore files relative to repo root (issue4473) (BC)
    * linkrev: handle filtered linkrev with no visible children (issue4307)
    * linkrev: also adjust linkrev when bootstrapping annotate (issue4305)
    * linkrev: use the right manifest content when adjusting linrev (issue4499)
    * memctx: calculate manifest correctly with newly-removed files (issue4470)
    * memctx: fix manifest for removed files (issue4470)
    * obsstore: disable garbage collection during initialization (issue4456)
    * subrepo: support remove with explicit paths in subrepos
    * subrepo: add full revert support for git subrepos
    * subrepo: add partial diff support for git subrepos
    * subrepo: add status support for ignored files in git subrepos
    * win32: remove Mercurial.ini file from Inno Setup installer (issue4435)
    + hgweb
    * hgweb: allow viewing diffs against p1 or p2 for merge commits (issue3904)
    + extensions
    * color: add support for colorizing git subrepo diffs
    * color: add missing 'dim' in _effects
    * convert: on svn failure, note libsvn version (issue4043)
    * convert: replace revision references in messages if they are >= short hashes
    * convert: handle LookupError in mercurial_source.lookuprev()
    * extdiff: reintroduce backward compatibility with manual quoting of parameters
    * histedit: add a test to show that issue4251 is fixed (issue4251)
    * largefiles: fix commit of a directory with no largefile changes (issue4330)
    * largefiles: use 'default' path for pulling largefiles, not 'default-push'
    * largefiles: enable subrepo support for add, forget, remove
    * largefiles: show progress when checking standin hashes in outgoing changesets
    * mq: smarter handling of plain headers
    * patchbomb: don't honor whitespace and format-changing diffopts (BC)
    * rebase: show more useful status information while rebasing
    * rebase: ensure rebase revision remains visible (issue4504)
    * extdiff: avoid unexpected quoting arguments for external tools (issue4463)
    * highlight: ignore Unicode's extra linebreaks (issue4291)
    * record: don't honor format-changing diffopts (issue4459)
    * share: add option to share bookmarks
    * transplant: properly skip empty changeset (issue4423)
  - provide cacerts.rc for all OS, not just >1130
* Fri Dec 19 2014
  - update to v3.2.3
    * context: stop setting None for modified or added nodes
    * darwin: omit ignorable codepoints when normcase()ing a file path
    * encoding: add hfsignoreclean to clean out HFS-ignored characters
    * largefiles: don't actually remove largefiles in an addremove dry run
    * log: fix log -f slow path to actually follow history
    * log: fix log revset instability
    * manifest: disallow setting the node id of an entry to None
    * pathauditor: check for Windows shortname aliases
    * pathauditor: check for codepoints ignored on OS X
    * rebase: ignore negative state when updating back to original wc parent
    * update: add tests for untracked local file
    * update: don't overwrite untracked ignored files on update
* Tue Dec 16 2014
  - properly replaced previously dropped mercurial-2.8-ssl.diff with cacerts.rc
* Mon Dec 15 2014
  - update to v3.2.2
    * see changelog at
* Sat Nov 15 2014
  - update to 3.2.1
    * see changelog for v3.2.1 at
  - refreshed mercurial-locale-path-fix.patch
  - dropped obsolete mercurial-2.8-ssl.diff
  - dropped outdated contrib stuff from spec



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