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       fossil - Distributed Version Control System


       fossil help
       fossil help COMMAND
       fossil COMMAND [OPTIONS]


       Fossil  is  a  distributed version control system (DVCS) with built-in forum, wiki, ticket
       tracker, CGI/HTTP interface, and HTTP server.

Common COMMANDs:

       add            clean          help           push           timeline
       addremove      clone          import         rebuild        ui
       all            commit         info           remote-url     undo
       amend          delete         init           revert         unpublished
       annotate       diff           ls             rm             unversioned
       bisect         export         merge          settings       update
       blame          extras         mv             sql            version
       branch         finfo          open           stash
       bundle         fusefs         praise         status
       cat            gdiff          publish        sync
       changes        grep           pull           tag


       Features as described on the fossil home page.

       1.  Integrated Bug Tracking, Wiki, Forum, and Technotes - In addition to doing distributed
              version  control  like  Git and Mercurial, Fossil also supports bug tracking, wiki,
              forum, and technotes.

       2.  Built-in Web Interface - Fossil has  a  built-in  and  intuitive  web  interface  that
              promotes  project  situational awareness. Type "fossil ui" and Fossil automatically
              opens a web browser to a page that shows  detailed  graphical  history  and  status
              information on that project.

       3.  Self-Contained - Fossil is a single self-contained stand-alone executable. To install,
              simply download a precompiled binary for Linux, Mac, OpenBSD, or Windows and put it
              on  your  $PATH.  Easy-to-compile  source  code  is  available  for  users on other

       4.  Simple Networking - No custom protocols or TCP ports. Fossil uses plain old  HTTP  (or
              HTTPS  or  SSH)  for  all  network  communications,  so  it  works fine from behind
              restrictive firewalls, including proxies. The protocol is  bandwidth  efficient  to
              the  point that Fossil can be used comfortably over dial-up or over the exceedingly
              slow Wifi on airliners.

       5.  CGI/SCGI Enabled - No server is required, but if  you  want  to  set  one  up,  Fossil
              supports four easy server configurations.

       6.  Autosync - Fossil supports "autosync" mode which helps to keep projects moving forward
              by reducing the amount of  needless  forking  and  merging  often  associated  with
              distributed projects.

       7.   Robust  & Reliable - Fossil stores content using an enduring file format in an SQLite
              database so that transactions are atomic even if interrupted by  a  power  loss  or
              system  crash.  Automatic self-checks verify that all aspects of the repository are
              consistent prior to each commit.

       8.  Free and Open-Source - Uses the 2-clause BSD license.

       fossil ui