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A quick port of opengit, which might be useful at some point in the future as
Open Source replacement for GPL git
Written for and dedicated to the BSD systems Using the BSD-2-Clause license
Farhan Khan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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* Laterally compatible with GPL git. You should be able to symlink git to ogit
and no one should be the wiser.
* Code clarity (not the case at the moment)
* BSD-2-Clause licensed
At the moment, the objective is a read-only version, akin to svnlite, but there
is some overlap in writing objects and updating the index.
File is attached (shar archive)
This seems to unfortunately have been abandoned upstream and in ~alpha stage, you might want to look at devel/got instead.
(In reply to Daniel Engberg from comment #1)
Wow, I didn't know about devel/got, I will definitely try it out! Thanks for letting me know. It sounds compelling.
I ported devel/opengit mostly in case development were to ever pick up again (it actually didn't even work for me when I tried it on some operations), but since it was a low effort port, I don't mind if opengit doesn't make it into ports.
Committers, you can close this PR if that makes things easier.
Closing it for now - if the software is in active development again, we'd be happy to commit it into ports.