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RhodeCode 4.6.0 Release: new approach to code-review.

The newest release of RhodeCode 4.6 is here, this release includes several new and exciting features including:

  • New versioning of pull requests with updated merge checks.
  • New TODO review notes.
  • Updated comment forms with slash command helpers.
  • Ability to load changelog in chunks.

Take a few minutes to update your RhodeCode instance:
rccontrol self-update && rccontrol upgrade '*'

New to RhodeCode? Download the latest RhodeCode 4.6 Series from our website.
Keep reading for full release details.

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RhodeCode 4.5.0 Release: enhanced diffs, smart code reviewers

The newest release of RhodeCode 4.5 is here

It's our biggest release so far, and we're very proud of it.

This release includes several new features including, new enhanced diffs, code annotations, smart reviewers and live notifications. We improved our pull requests for usage in CI/CD systems, and also enabled our new high-performance HTTP backend for VCSServer and this is now the default mode for all installations and upgrades.

We also improved integrations for Jira and Webhooks which allows greater flexibility. There are few small security improvements as well as many bug fixes.

Take a few minutes to update your RhodeCode instance:
rccontrol self-update && rccontrol upgrade '*'

New to RhodeCode? Download the latest RhodeCode 4.5.0 from our website.
Keep reading for full release details.

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Mercurial Workflow Using Bookmarks: How To Setup and Use

Mercurial is a distributed version control system which allows for very different workflows for your day to day work. In this post I will describe how to setup and use bookmark-based workflow in Mercurial. This is my current favorite workflow based on bookmarks which evolved while I was working on projects which used Mercurial as their primary version control system.

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