Mercurial 1.0 released!

Martin Geisler mg at
Tue Mar 25 09:13:30 CDT 2008

Matt Mackall <mpm at> writes:

> After nearly three years of development (and nearly that many of
> production use) we're proud to announce the release of Mercurial
> 1.0. Thanks to the countless people who've contributed to
> development and testing!

Congratulations! I have been using Mercurial for a year, and I have
found it to be stable, reliable, fast and flexible!

>  * bisect: now built-in with greatly improved performance and
>  usability

The front page of the Wiki has a bullet that says:

  * UsingExtensions - add optional features like mq, hgk, bisect, etc.

Now that bisect is a core command it can be removed from that list.

Martin Geisler

VIFF (Virtual Ideal Functionality Framework) brings easy and efficient
SMPC (Secure Multi-Party Computation) to Python. See:

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