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Git + Hash.

  • Gash lets you access a Git-repo as a Hash.
  • Gash doesn’t touch your working directory
  • Gash only cares about the data, not the commits.
  • Gash only cares about the latest data.
  • Gash can commit.
  • Gash will automatically create branches if they don’t exist.
  • Gash only loads what it needs, so it handles large repos well.



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License:ExpatKelly Hopkins24 June 2010

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 June 2010.


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