DPM: Darcs Patch Manager

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The Darcs Patch Manager (DPM for short) is a tool that simplifies working with the revision control system darcs (http://darcs.net). It is most effective when used in an environment where developers do not push their patches directly to the main repository but where patches undergo a reviewing process before they are actually applied. See the documentation of the module DPM.Tutorial for a short tutorial.

Versions [RSS] [faq] 0.1.0, 0.2.0, 0.2.1,
Dependencies array (==0.3.*), base (==4.*), bytestring (>=0.9), containers, convertible, darcs (==2.5.*), directory, DPM, filepath (>=1.1), HSH (>=2), HTF (==0.8.*), HTTP (==4000.1.*), mtl, network (==2.3.*), old-locale, pretty, process, regex-posix, split, syb, time, unix [details]
License LicenseRef-GPL
Copyright (c) 2009-2011 Stefan Wehr
Author Stefan Wehr <mail@stefanwehr.de>
Maintainer Stefan Wehr <mail@stefanwehr.de>
Category Development
Bug tracker mailto:mail@stefanwehr.de
Source repo head: darcs get http://www.stefanwehr.de/darcs/DPM
Uploaded by StefanWehr at 2011-12-06T08:01:34Z
Distributions NixOS:
Executables dpm, dpm-tests
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  • DPM
    • Core
      • DPM.Core.Conflicts
      • DPM.Core.DPM_Monad
      • DPM.Core.Darcs
      • DPM.Core.DataTypes
      • DPM.Core.Email
      • DPM.Core.Lexer
      • DPM.Core.Model
      • DPM.Core.PatchBundleParser
      • DPM.Core.QueryParser
      • DPM.Core.ReverseDependencies
      • DPM.Core.ShortID
      • DPM.Core.Storage
      • DPM.Core.TestDarcs
      • DPM.Core.Utils
    • DPM.Tutorial
    • UI
      • Commandline
        • DPM.UI.Commandline.ANSIColors
        • DPM.UI.Commandline.CDPM_Monad
        • DPM.UI.Commandline.Commands
        • DPM.UI.Commandline.Interaction
        • DPM.UI.Commandline.Main

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