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NAME
       fossil -	Distributed Version Control System

SYNOPSIS
       fossil help
       fossil help COMMAND
       fossil COMMAND [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION
       Fossil is a distributed version control system (DVCS) with built-in fo-
       rum, wiki, ticket tracker, CGI/HTTP interface, and HTTP server.

Common COMMANDs:
       add	    cat		 diff	      ls	   revert	 time-
       line
       addremove    changes	 extras	      merge	   rm		ui
       all	    chat	 finfo	      mv	   settings	undo
       amend	    clean	 gdiff	      open	   sql		unver-
       sioned
       annotate	    clone	 grep	      pull	   stash	update
       bisect	    commit	 help	      push	    status	  ver-
       sion
       blame	    dbstat	 info	      rebuild	   sync
       branch	    delete	 init	      remote	   tag

FEATURES
       Features	as described on	the fossil home	page.

       1.   Integrated	Bug Tracking, Wiki, Forum, and Technotes - In addition
	      to doing distributed version control  like  Git  and  Mercurial,
	      Fossil also supports bug tracking, wiki, forum, and technotes.

       2.   Built-in  Web  Interface - Fossil has a built-in and intuitive web
	      interface	that  promotes	project	 situational  awareness.  Type
	      "fossil  ui"  and	 Fossil	automatically opens a web browser to a
	      page that	shows detailed graphical history and  status  informa-
	      tion on that project.

       3.  Self-Contained - Fossil is a	single self-contained stand-alone exe-
	      cutable. To install, simply download a  precompiled  binary  for
	      Linux,  Mac, OpenBSD, or Windows and put it on your $PATH. Easy-
	      to-compile source	code is	available for  users  on  other	 plat-
	      forms.

       4.   Simple  Networking - No custom protocols or	TCP ports. Fossil uses
	      plain old	HTTP (or HTTPS or SSH) for all network communications,
	      so  it  works  fine from behind restrictive firewalls, including
	      proxies. The protocol is bandwidth efficient to the  point  that
	      Fossil  can be used comfortably over dial-up or over the exceed-
	      ingly slow Wifi on airliners.

       5.  CGI/SCGI Enabled - No server	is required, but if you	 want  to  set
	      one up, Fossil supports four easy	server configurations.

       6.   Autosync  -	 Fossil	 supports  "autosync" mode which helps to keep
	      projects moving forward by reducing the amount of	needless fork-
	      ing and merging often associated with distributed	projects.

       7.   Robust  &  Reliable	- Fossil stores	content	using an enduring file
	      format in	an SQLite database so  that  transactions  are	atomic
	      even  if	interrupted by a power loss or system crash. Automatic
	      self-checks verify that all aspects of the repository  are  con-
	      sistent prior to each commit.

       8.  Free	and Open-Source	- Uses the 2-clause BSD	license.

DOCUMENTATION
       http://fossil-scm.org/
       fossil ui

http://fossil-scm.org		September 2018			     FOSSIL(1)

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