simple-revision-control 1.26-2 source package in Ubuntu


simple-revision-control (1.26-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Upload to unstable.

 -- Dmitry Bogatov <email address hidden>  Fri, 16 Aug 2019 07:40:43 +0000

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simple-revision-control_1.26-2.dsc 2.0 KiB 92ee43c54e6994a2eb06aac0d917a9d11c28068b2950c25ed74b617640ab86b6
simple-revision-control_1.26.orig.tar.gz 55.2 KiB 435c457f9f577d84ae1fd763e2bd3548d84f84c50cd2c88f664fba259cd5d71a
simple-revision-control_1.26-2.debian.tar.xz 2.7 KiB 3358e36461ed89a3e5951261cc4c25e83751c0ed09d6291f9f509b3e2d156660

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simple-revision-control: single-file and single-user revision control system

 This package provides a powerful modern user interface for an RCS
 (and to some extend, SCCS) backend. It will be familiar to users
 with modern Subversion, Git, Hg experience, as well as a
 reasonable introduction to this toolset to novices.
 SRC is designed to provide its strength for single-file, single-user
 version tracking. When it is overkill to make a whole directory and
 multi-file repository store (under, for example, Git or Hg), src can
 provide tracking for individual files instead. Examples of such might
 be your ~/bin scripts, /etc files, personal notes, résumés, and any such
 file that would be awkward to contain in a wholly separate directory
 just for version control.