Summary of changes from March 23, 2018 to March 30, 2018.
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- These changes were promoted to stable.
-  Added new adventure mode character levels for Support Pacts.
- No notes in this period.
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-  When you mention an object on another object (for example, you mention T123 on T456), Herald rules are no longer evaluated for the mentioned object. This means that Herald effects, like adding subscribers, will no longer trigger on the mentioned object as a result of the mention. This change is primarily motivated by performance, but the old behavior also generally felt unwelcome.
-  When making an initial push to an empty hosted repository, enormous change protection and Herald rule evaluation are now disabled automatically for that initial push. This is primarily a performance change, but should also align well with expectations.
-  Updating a revision with the currently active diff via the API is now a no-op, for consistency with most other types of edits.
-  arc under Mercurial should now survive obsolete: in log output with the "evolve" extension enabled.
-  Fixed a handful of document engine bugs and made some improvements.
- Removed an improper uniqueness constraint on Mercurial push logs.
-  Harbormaster objects are now destructible.
-  Fixed a bug where Owners would sometimes fail to match owned non-directory paths.
-  Custom tokenizer fields now offer a comment action.
-  Disabled users in the remarkup autocomplete menu are now identified more clearly.
-  Fixed a couple of sprintf() syntax issues.
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