|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Dolt||14,460||2||a day ago||214||May 19, 2022||255||apache-2.0||Go|
|Dolt – Git for Data|
|Waking Up||8,405||2 months ago||19||gpl-3.0|
|Versionpress||2,553||4 months ago||232||PHP|
|Git-based version control for WordPress. Whoa!|
|Irmin||1,680||a day ago||2||March 30, 2022||140||isc||OCaml|
|Irmin is a distributed database that follows the same design principles as Git|
|Learn Devops||1,049||11 days ago||1||HCL|
|I am using this repository to document my devops journey. I follow the process of learning everything by tasks. Every task has an associated objective that encompasses an underlying concept. Concepts including CloudProviders, Containers, ContainersOrchestration, Databases, InfrastructureAsCode, Interview, VersionControl etc in progress|
|Datakit||999||a year ago||34||apache-2.0||OCaml|
|Connect processes into powerful data pipelines with a simple git-like filesystem interface|
|Visualise a git repository by diff activity|
|a git-backed issue tracker|
|Redwood||749||2||2 months ago||26||April 18, 2021||111||mit||Go|
|A highly-configurable, distributed, realtime database that manages a state tree shared among many peers.|
|Gitmodel||542||7||1||3 years ago||8||September 30, 2012||9||mit||Ruby|
|An ActiveModel-compliant persistence framework for Ruby that uses Git for versioning and remote syncing.|
Like Git, but with an 'o'
Got is version control, with a model similar to Git's. It provides end-to-end encryption and uses an improved data structure with good support for large files and directories.
Either download a prebuilt binary or build one from source.
Then initialize a repository in the current working directory.
Make sure you
cd to where you want the repository.
$ got init
To run the tests:
$ just test
$GOPATH/bin with just.
If that isn't on your path, just copy the executable from there to wherever you want.
$ just install
To build release binaries
TAG=v0.0.x just build
TAG is an environment variable which should be set to the release version, or the Git hash of the source used for the build.
The release binaries will be under the
Got importing a 3GB file.
$ got add large_file.dat [1.608s] [1.564s] large_file.dat data_in=(1.24GB Δ=799.35MB/s) [1.564s] worker-0 blobs_in=(182blobs Δ=117.26blobs/s), data_in=(157.09MB Δ=101.21MB/s) [1.564s] worker-1 blobs_in=(197blobs Δ=127.43blobs/s), data_in=(158.19MB Δ=102.33MB/s) [1.564s] worker-2 blobs_in=(181blobs Δ=116.50blobs/s), data_in=(154.83MB Δ=99.66MB/s) [1.564s] worker-3 blobs_in=(172blobs Δ=112.63blobs/s), data_in=(154.01MB Δ=100.85MB/s) [1.564s] worker-4 blobs_in=(179blobs Δ=116.82blobs/s), data_in=(157.34MB Δ=102.68MB/s) [1.564s] worker-5 blobs_in=(177blobs Δ=115.36blobs/s), data_in=(156.12MB Δ=101.75MB/s) [1.564s] worker-6 blobs_in=(199blobs Δ=130.09blobs/s), data_in=(155.20MB Δ=101.46MB/s) [1.564s] worker-7 blobs_in=(161blobs Δ=104.50blobs/s), data_in=(150.69MB Δ=97.81MB/s)
Read more about the configuration objects in doc/Config.md.
Support and development discussion happen in the INET256 discord.