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This repo contains an implementation of a "Git-like version control system (VCS)".
It was made by following the step by step tutorial created by
nikita (which is fantastic btw), as a learning exercise, first to understand Git internals and also to practice a bit with the Rust programing language.
You can find the original
μgit tutorial here: https://www.leshenko.net/p/ugit/
The code on this repository was not written to be idiomatic, clear, and/or beautiful, the only concern was to follow the provided Python code as closely as possible.
Note: At the moment, the program is not yet finished. The last 3 steps related to the
add (staging) feature are still missing.
Note 2: Do not use it for any meaningful work.
$ rgit --help rgit vcs 0.1.0 Gonçalo Valério <email@example.com> A watered-down git clone USAGE: rgit [SUBCOMMAND] FLAGS: -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information SUBCOMMANDS: add Add files to the index branch Create a new branch cat-file outputs the original object from the provided hash checkout Move the current content and HEAD to given commit commit writes a named snapshot of the current tree diff Compare the working tree with the given commit fetch Fetch refs and objects from another repository hash-object created an hash for an object help Prints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s) init creates new repository k visualize refs and commits log List all commits merge Merge changes of a different commit/branch merge-base Find the common ancestor between two commits push Push refs and objects to another repository read-tree writes a given tree to the working directory reset Move the current content and HEAD to given commit with dereferencing show Show diff from a commit status check current branch tag Create a tag for a given commit write-tree write the current working directory to the database