Stacked Git version 0.15 was released just over two weeks ago. StGit is a patch management tool that you use together with git, a distributed version control system. I’ve been using both git and StGit for about four years, but apart from a handful of patches I haven’t really been involved in the development of git. 0.15 is the first new release in quite some time, but development never stopped, we just didn’t make any releases—meaning, there’s a lot of new stuff in this release.
Perhaps the single biggest change is that I replaced the guts of the program. This isn’t directly visible to the user, except in the form of new cool features such as the undo support that would have been too much work to write without this infrastructure change.