ggit: git in golang
- ggit is an (aspiring) implementation of Git written in Go.
- ggit is a single-executable Git that compiles on Go-supported systems, including Windows.
- ggit is a library for programmatically interacting with Git repositories.
ggit is alpha. We currently support reading operations and an API around the following constructs: blobs, trees, tags, commits, refs, packed refs, git packs, and index files. ggit can parse revisions and has a command suite similar to git.
- 0.1.0 (TBA) Minimal viable reading API with test suite and benchmarks.
- 0.0.2 Pack parsing and testing framework.
- 0.0.1 Licensing and API improvements.
- 0.0.0 Basic objects and command suite.
Copyright (c) 2012 The ggit Authors
This project is authored and maintained by:
Jake Brukhman <email@example.com> Michael Bosworth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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