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Revision control system
'arch' is a revision control system with features that are ideal for projects with widely distributed development, concurrent support of multiple releases, and substantial amounts of development on branches. It is intended to replace CVS and corrects many mis-features of that system. 'arch' permits branching and merging across multiple, distributed, public and private repositories. arch has fancy features for merging branches. It cleanly handles renamed files and directories. It includes a web interface for browsing repository contents. It has a feature called "revision libraries" which can be used to get very fast and very convenient access to past revisions.
DocumentationDeveloper specifications available in HTML format from http://regexps.srparish.net/tutorial-tla/arch.html
released on 4 January 2006
11 February 2002
Leaders and contributors
|Scott R. Parish||Contributor|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||-T|
|Required to use||GNU tar (with -zcf F|
|Required to use||and -m options)|
|Required to use||-zxf F|
|Required to use||GNU diff|
|Required to build||GNU make|
|Required to use||GNU patch|
|Weak prerequisite||BSD column program|
|Required to use||/dev/null|
|Required to use||and the standard POSIX shell tools|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 20 February 2018.
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