Hello Konstantin,
I did not saw, how to use the Git programs in a "low-level way". The Perl 
projects ikiwiki and gitolite does not help me, to understand, how to use 
the git programs with my C source.

Thank you

Am Sonntag, 16. Februar 2014 16:39:28 UTC+1 schrieb Konstantin Khomoutov:
> On Fri, 14 Feb 2014 20:16:31 -0800 (PST) 
> mareb <mrebe...@comparat.de <javascript:>> 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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