MacHg 0.9.22 Released!

I am happy to announce that I have just released MacHg 0.9.22.

You can get the latest MacHg from the downloads, and you can view the latest release notes here.

MacHg 0.9.22 is primarily a bug fix release. There was an issue where if you double clicked on a file without changes in the last version MacHg would crash. This is now fixed. There are a number of other nice fixes in MacHg 0.9.22 but nothing critical. Take a look at the full change log for details!

Cheers, Jason

3 Comments »

  1. Søren Christiansen Said,

    May 16, 2011 @ 12:42 pm

    How can you even think about mapping cmd+R to a silent revert!? Just lost 2 days of work trying to refresh the MacHG view (cmd-R is across the universe the default shortcut for ReFRESH)

  2. jason Said,

    May 16, 2011 @ 2:48 pm

    First I am really sorry that you lost 2 days of work.

    However, there would have been a warning before the revert operation. The only way there would not have been a warning for a revert operation is if you changed the preferences to ignore revet warnings. (Check this in MacHg Preferences > Messages.) Second, the actual file will have been moved to the trash (instead of being directly deleted), so hopefully it is still there for you right now. Ie in the finder open the trash and look in there.

    Also if you look at Mac OSX Keyboard Shortcuts cmd+R is not mapped. I don’t think this is a universal shorcut for refresh. What other mac programs have this as a universal refresh command and what would you suggest for revert instead then? Beyond a warning and moving the originals to the trash?

    Thanks, Jason

  3. geeklawyer Said,

    May 31, 2011 @ 6:58 am

    Lovely little program. Am just starting to play with Mercurial (put off versioning systems years ago by cvs) and machg was recommended by a friend as a non scary pointy clicky interface. It’s all still scary even with machg (tips are for waiters in my book).

    You really should sell this in the App Store I would definitely have paid a tenner for this: look at what’s in there now…

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