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       jgit - Pure Java GIT version control system implementation


       jgit --git-dir GIT_DIR --help (-h) --show-stack-trace command [ARG ...]


       JGit is an implementation of GIT VCS written in Java language.

       Git  is  a  fast,  scalable,  distributed  revision  control system with an unusually rich
       command set that provides both high-level operations and full access to internals.


       --git-dir GIT_DIR
              Set the git repository to operate on

       --help (-h)
              Display help text

              display the Java stack trace on exceptions

       The most commonly used commands are:

       add       Add file contents to the index

       branch    List, create, or delete branches

       checkout  Checkout a branch to the working tree

       clone     Clone a repository into a new directory

       commit    Record changes to the repository

       daemon    Export repositories over git://

       diff      Show diffs

       fetch     Update remote refs from another repository

       init      Create an empty git repository

       log       View commit history

       merge     Merges two development histories

       push      Update remote repository from local refs

       rm        Stop tracking a file

       tag       Create a tag

       version   Display the version of jgit


       JGit was written by Eclipse JGIT Project contributors,

       This manual page was written by Jakub Adam <>, for the Debian  project
       (but may be used by others).

                                        November  11, 2011                                JGIT(1)