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Revision as of 19:57, 12 February 2011 by Jvprat (Add a Git project service page, mainly copied from the SVN one)
|Git Project Service|
|Purpose||Store the project's source code, keeping the development history and allowing collaborative work.|
|Maintainer(s)||Max Horn (Fingolfin), Eugene Sandulenko (Sev)|
Retrieving the code
- You can browse the Git repositories through HTTP.
- For every push:
- Before you write/submit code, you must read about our Code Formatting Conventions. Patches which do not follow them will be rejected or at least delayed until they are cleaned up to comply to them.
- If you have write access to our repository, you are expected to have read and to comply to the Commit Guidelines.
Our commit logs are fed to several freely available statistics tools: