'TlaLog' is a GUI for the Arch revision control system; it lets you take notes while you hack. It is like a specialised editor, which encapsulates the calls to "tla make-log" and "tla commit". Moreover, the log file you edit can be organised into sections like "bugfixes", "features", etc., which are rendered in different ways in the log file. Its key features are a small editing window which can be kept in one corner of your screen and filled as you hack, structured and organised information about changes, and nice formatting of this information data.
released on 25 May 2005
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||25 May 2005|
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