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SCM Repository

SCM Private Browsing

As a logged-in user, you can also privately browse this SCM repository if you have commit access.

Repository Information

Documentation for Git is available at

Note: On hosted git setups, receiving non-fastforward pushes is always disabled. Furthermore, our project repositories disallow deleting branches to prevent data loss and history corruption; if you want to use temporary branches, please apply for a personal repository below, which does allow deleting branches (but still no non-fastforward pushes).

Anonymous Git Access

This project's Git repository can be checked out through anonymous access with the following command.

git clone

Developer GIT Access via SSH

Only project developers can access the GIT tree via this method. SSH must be installed on your client machine. Substitute developername with the proper value. Enter your site password when prompted.

git clone git+ssh://

Git Repository Browser

Browsing the Git tree gives you a view into the current status of this project's code. You may also view the complete histories of any file in the repository.

[Browse primary Git repository]


SCM snapshots are nightly generated git tar archives (tarballs) of an export (like checkout, but without the VCS metadata) of the “HEAD” reference of the project’s source code tree (primary Git repository only, without any additional Git repositories). They are unversioned but made available for download here as snapshot distfiles. Beware that the git tar format is not fully compatible with POSIX ustar and may additionally leave a spurious extra file upon extraction. Also, git exports can have files removed and will not include any submodules.

[Download the nightly snapshot]

SCM tarballs are nightly generated ustar archives of the project’s version control trees, for cloning the entirety of the SCM repositories.

[Download the nightly tarball]

Repository History
Data about current and past states of the repository