Announcing Pijul 1.0 beta, a Version Control System written in rust

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  • emlop

    EMerge LOg Parser

    There are a handful of commits that take especially long, for example cc8fa62c which updates many lines of a 5Mb test file. I've observed similar issues with the vim import. It seems that large diffs slow pijul down greatly, import time is not linear to diff size.

  • Cargo

    The Rust package manager

    I browsed a bit and it doesn't seem so, there's an open issue for Mercurial that's marked as hard. Seems git is the only vcs supported for dependencies.

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  • Git

    Git Source Code Mirror - This is a publish-only repository but pull requests can be turned into patches to the mailing list via GitGitGadget ( Please follow Documentation/SubmittingPatches procedure for any of your improvements.

    Most of us use git these days, in no small part due to the popularity for Github, but also because there's plenty of us that had Git experience before becoming a Haskeller. The oldest Haskell code I can fine from me is in 2010; I was using git so much before then, that I contributed a patch. (And, yes, I have had to read my own documentation at least twice since then!)


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    It allows you to publish your crates to without checking that git status reports no uncommitted change.

  • git-from-the-bottom-up

    An introduction to the architecture and design of the Git content manager

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