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It's been a year since the most recent release and many fixes have found their way into develop since that time. brew uses the latest tag, but that tag is missing all of these fixes (I'm specifically thinking of the one that adds git flow hotfix publish.
git flow hotfix publish
I realize the Python rewrite is the recipient of most of the current effort, but can a release be tagged to get all the fixes from the previous year?
I'd like to see that also, specially since it's been so long since version 0.4.1 (2011/02/04).
Version 0.4.2 seems to already have enough fixes in the change log to justify a release, don't you agree?
Bumping this. We're new to git-flow and I just realized that 0.4.1 is super old.
Active develop of git-flow is being done on my fork, git-flow (AVH Edition).