Copied from Wikipedia: Darcs is a distributed version control system created by David Roundy. Key features include the ability to choose which changes to accept from other repositories, interaction with either other local (on-disk) repositories or remote repositories via SSH, HTTP, or email, and an unusually interactive interface. The developers also emphasize the use of advanced software tools for verifying correctness: the expressive type system of the functional programming language Haskell enforces some properties, and randomized testing via QuickCheck verifies many others. The name is a recursive acronym for Darcs Advanced Revision Control System.
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Is there any way to support Golang modules in either Darcs or Pijul without the core Go team adding support? Didn’t know if there were work-around for non-native VCSes? I would think perforce falls into this category too.
it's possible: the go command understands a "mod" vcs where it will request directly from a proxy. As long as the proxy can get the code and zip it up correctly (and respond to the metadata requests) then it will work