Weave a tarball sequence into a git repository.
git-weave takes a tarball sequence and a metadata file and synthesizes a live repository. It can invert this, explode git repositories into sequences of per-commit tarballs. The DAG is expressed as a metadata file with mailbox-like entries.
|git-weave-1.3.tar.gz||gzipped source tarball|
|git-weave.html||HTML rendering of git-weave.1|
The project repository is at https://gitlab.com/esr/git-weave.
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Polyglotize the code and test under Python 3 as well as Python 2.
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