Guilt (Git Quilt) is a series of bash scripts which add a Mercurial
queues-like  functionality and interface to git. The one distinguishing
feature from other quilt-like porcelains, is the format of the patches
directory. _All_ the information is stored as plain text - a series file and
the patches (one per file). This easily lends itself to versioning the
patches using any number of of SCMs.
The code is licensed under GPLv2.
Of course, contributions and feedback are welcomed :)
Josef "Jeff" Sipek.
A installation script/Makefile (or at least instructions) is missing...
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"I feel so guilty when using guilt!"
Oh well I should point out that people should give
tools a better naming. :-)
Prime examples are "Squid", "Icecream", and to a
lesser extent "Apache".
Jan Engelhardt writes:
> On Jan 6 2007 13:46, Josef Sipek wrote:
> >Guilt (Git Quilt) is a series of bash scripts which add a Mercurial
> "I feel so guilty when using guilt!"
> Oh well I should point out that people should give
> tools a better naming. :-)
I didn't know there was a tool name 'goodness' metric:-)
I rather like 'Guilt'.