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Xtla is an (X)Emacs interface for GNU Arch (tla and bazaar are now supported).

It is similar to pcl/cvs for cvs or psvn.el to subversion.

The main features are:

* PCL-CVS like interface for tla inventory and tla changes

* Archive browser - navigate painlessly through archives, categories,
branches, versions, etc.

* Good integration in Emacs - almost everything can be done from
within the editor

* Bookmark manager - keep the most frequently used arch locations in
your bookmark buffer

* Integration with ediff, Emacs's graphical diff tool
- to view changes made in a local tree.
- to view and resolve conflicts after a merge.

* Interface to view missing patches from all your partners with a
single command

* An Emacs mode for arch-related files (log files, =tagging-method)

Registration Date: Thu Apr 22 10:01:30 2004
License: GNU General Public License V2 or later
Development Status: 5 - Production/Stable


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Arch hosting and ArchZoom available at
     posted by moy, Mon Aug 8 18:30:40 2005 - 0 replies

You can now create a mirror of your archives on I've created mine with

baz make-archive --tla --mirror-from --listing s ...

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Xtla 1.1 released
     posted by moy, Sun Jul 17 21:42:16 2005 - 0 replies

The Xtla development team is proud to announce the release of Xtla,
version 1.1 (following two release candidates).

The main new features for the 1.1 release are:

* Support for baz, and for baz added commands like "switch", ...

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Xtla 1.0 released...
     posted by moy, Thu May 26 15:07:14 2005 - 0 replies last !

Xtla finally reached the stable version. It's a bugfix-only release after the 0.99. All the info can be found on this page.

Release of Xtla 0.99
     posted by moy, Sun Apr 17 12:33:56 2005 - 0 replies

The version 0.99 of Xtla was released today. It's mainly a bugfix release.

The tarball is available here:

The documentation is online:

And as usual, a Debian package is provided. Just add

deb unstable/

To your /etc/apt/sources.list.

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