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Game of Trees 0.96 released

Contributed by rueda on from the again-and-again-and dept.

Version 0.96 of Game of Trees has been released (and the port updated).

* got 0.96; 2024-02-13
  see git repository history for per-change authorship information
- gotwebd: add foldable commit briefs
- gotwebd: fix (again) the styling for the next/prev buttons
- gotwebd: add knob for the number of tags and commits in the summary page
- gotwebd: remove PAGE handling
- gotwebd: retire max_repos setting
- gotwebd: guard against missig folder and file parameter in BLOB and BLAME
- gotwebd: improve copy-paste from BLOB pages
- gotwebd: fix colour of target lines in dark mode CSS
- gotwebd.conf.5: show defaults, improve EXAMPLES
- gotwebd.8: improve EXAMPLES sections
- fix logging during gotwebd shutdown
- plug several memory leaks in tog
- plug object id queue leak when iterating pack index files
- ensure tmp file is closed and fix UB in diff error path
- do not crash when a meta-data file in the .got directory is empty
- make the gotd auth process provide the user's account name for later use
- avoid opening objects in the gotd session process for no reason
- use imsg_get_fd() instead of imsg->fd everywhere
- tolerate remotes without urls in git config file for interop with git-annex
- plug some fd leaks in the fdopen{,dir} error paths
- log -b: handle merge commits unrelated to requested changed path history
- fix use of uninitialized variable in update_blob()
- plug memory leak in got_pack_dump_delta_chain_to_file()
- never write accum_buf on error in got_pack_dump_delta_chain_to_file()

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