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The main feature is changes for dependencies to be displayed on release pages.
Issue #2798253: Test dependency shows up as required
Issue #760890 by trobey, realityloop: Display module dependencies on project pages
Issue #2810745 by drumm: Fix notice in project_dependency_select_release()
Issue #2796557 by trobey, Mixologic, drumm: Dependency processing should default to local components
Issue #2825765 by drumm: Remove duplicate queries in project_dependency_get_external_component_dependencies()
Add Composer support.
Improved the code for the changes in 7.x-1.0-beta14.
Fix Git command to work with older versions of Git.
Fix permissions and corruption problem with checked out code by cloning temporarily into a temp directory.
Add hook for git events.
Issue 2400705 Comment #24: Remove reprocessing of release.
Issue #2651854: Check project types instead of files.
Remove two watchdog logging messages that are hammering the log now that DrupalCl is being used for testing.
Switch from custom solution to entity_metadata_wrapper for accessing field values.
Minor code cleanup to Drupal coding standards.
Create ctools content type blocks for components, dependency blocks.
Handle Yaml parse errors gracefully.
Fixes a problem where two modules from the same project are required dependencies and the second module encountered has different dependencies than the first.
Increase the maximum recursion to 10.
Use composer_manager to get only symfony/yaml instead of the entire Synfony library.
Excludes the project for the release during the calculation of dependencies instead of just at the end.
Fix bug for project names not matching module names.
Increase column size for dependencies.
Adds support for project namespace for dependencies.
Adds blocks (disabled by default) for displaying the components (modules) and dependencies for a release.
Update to handle the new data structures in the Project module.
Issue #1992752 by rfay, rcross: Fixed Dev releases never get rebuilt.
Working port to D7
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