Gogs 0.6.3 – Go Git Service released

Gogs 0.6.3 recently released, is a painless self-hosted Git Service written in Go. The goal of this project is to make the easiest, fastest, and most painless way to set up a self-hosted Git service. Gogs runs anywhere Go can compile for: Windows, Mac, Linux, ARM, etc; Gogs has low minimal requirements and can run on an inexpensive Raspberry Pi Bug fixes Label disappeared after edited a label Filename cut off in DIFF when containing spaces Migrate repository requires HTTPS address Private repositories issues included in “Public Activity” All users email are public API calls are not hidden behind sign in 404 on files with url-encoded names It is possible to access user profiles using organization URL Didn’t check blank user name on LDAP Generated certificate doesn’t have CN with the hostname Removing user from organization collaboration removes repositiory Create repo for other users by hacking uid field Improvements Clearer error message for illegal characters Add full name field to admin’s user edit page Hide organization email for non logged-in users Visit Repository home page with “.

Go 1.5 Beta 3 Programming Language released

Go 1.5 Beta 3 recently released, is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. The latest Go release – v1.5, is a significant release, including major architectural changes to the implementation. The biggest developments in the implementation are: The compiler and runtime are now written entirely in Go (with a little assembler). C is no longer involved in the implementation, and so the C compiler that was once necessary for building the distribution is gone.