The Tarmac team is more than pleased to announce the release of Tarmac 0.2. Tarmac has received many improvements and features in the last few months, and, thanks to the efforts of many who sprinted yesterday, Tarmac 0.2 has had some great polish applied to it as well. Tarmac now supports the ability to run a command on merge previous to commit, and, should that command fail, reverts the change and alerts the user to the failure. Tarmac supports this through its new plugin system. Tarmac 0.2 is also packaged with a Commit Message Template plugin to enforce a standard commit message on merge, and a plugin for notifying the CIA.vc service of new merges. Other notable features include a web interface for checking the status of Tarmac, improved conflict handling, updated documentation, and preliminary Windows support. Also, Tarmac now properly attributes the author of the merge commit to the author of the last merged revision. For a list of all bugs fixed, see the Tarmac 0.2 bug list.  https://edge.launchpad.net/tarmac/+milestone/tarmac-0.2final  https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/tarmac/+milestone/tarmac-0.2
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