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######################
Pipeline Release Notes
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Release 1.5 "Funky Fixture" (2014-01-27)
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Indicate compatibility with bzr 2.6

Release 1.4 "Energetic Elbow" (2012-01-19)
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Fix store command to not prompt.

Indicate compatibility with bzr 2.5

Add release-check script.

Release 1.3 "Dolorous Drainpipe" (2011-09-26)
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Fix compatibility with bzr 2.2.

Update the-kraken settings.

Release 1.2 "Circular Cistern" (2011-09-26)
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Compatibility cleanups.

Lazy Loading (Jelmer).

Ignore build directory (Gary van der Mewe)

Documentation updates

Changes are unshelved when remove-pipe switches (bug #719178)

reconfigure-pipeline creates a layout compatible with bzr-colo.

Versioning now matches bzrtools-style versioning.

Refactoring.

Release 1.1 "Bloated Basin" (2011-01-20)
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bzr pump supports --show-base, --reprocess and --merge-type.

Pipes can no longer be accidentally named ":next", etc.

Pipeline imposes smaller start-up cost when not used.

Release 1.0.0 "Annoying Air-Lock" (2010-11-10)
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Initial release, compatible with bzr 2.2.0 - 2.3.b4

New Features
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``pump --from-submit`` generalized to ``--from``.  If used with pipes, this
pumps from the specified pipe into the remaining pipes.  If used with normal
branches, this pumps the branch into the first pipe, and pumps the first pipe
as normal.

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