On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 20:16:31 -0800 (PST)
mareb <mrebenti...@comparat.de> wrote:
> that is great! Thank you very much!
> This library seems to be, what I look for.
Note that the Git developers perceive Git itself as being *a library*
-- not in the sense of it being a .so file with exported API but in an
"older" sense of presenting you with a collection of low-levels sharp
tools to call. All executable files comprising Git are split in two
layers--"porcelain" and "plumbing"--with the former being for
interactive using and the latter--for usage by other programs. So the
programs in the plumbing layer have stable output formats (or support
special knobs allowing them to be tailored for the needs of the calling
program). Projects like ikiwiki or gitolite do exactly this and do not
rely on a third-party library.
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