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Friends of decentralized version control,

I've written a reader for GIT repositories in pure Ruby. It's not much
but if you need it you haven't to write what others have written
already.

Repository:
  http://cthulhu.c3d2.de/~astro/git/gitnotification.git/
Source browser:
  http://cthulhu.c3d2.de/~astro/gitweb/?p=gitnotification.git;a=tree
  
My intention was to write a Jabber bot for GIT commit notification. This
hasn't been finished, but I needed a way to navigate through commits
without fetching the whole repository. I didn't find a way to do this
with vanilla GIT or Cogito.

Features:
* Access only via HTTP (found git:// too hard to implement)
* Small HTTP backend for partial retrieval and handling HTTP resources
  like IO
* Can handle packs and their .idx files
* GIT::CommitTracer grabs all commits from HEAD until a specific rev to
  determine what's new

As I said, this is not much. But maybe anyone could need it, and I would
love to help at some ruby-git project.


Stephan

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