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Sat Sep 13 22:20:24 UTC 2014
On September 13, 2014, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> Do any web-based revision control systems run without requiring
Well, there's git, there's Github, and there are other
version-control systems. Git is completely accessible from the
command-line. I use it regularly and have quite come to enjoy it.
That said, Github is its own ecosystem with additional areas such as
issue-tracking and other thing like pages. There's a separate
that can be used to make Github more accessible. I believe that any
sub-commands that "hub" doesn't use get handed off to git, so you can
use it as a "git" command-line replacement.
I haven't tried using Bitbucket with lynx, but that might be another
alternative, though if youtube-dl lives on Github, you may have to
meet them there with "hub".
If you do want a web-based version-control system that is a bit more
accessible, you might want to check out Fossil at
which has built-in bug-tracking, a wiki, and web-interface which has
been pretty accessible from Lynx in my meager testing. The guy who
made Fossil is the author of sqlite so it's pretty robust software,
pretty open to fixing the problems to aid in accessibility.
I hope this helps,
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