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a simple svn-like command line tool.

vadm is a simple svn-like command line tool for versioning Posix system files, ownership and permission information. It uses subversion under the hood and maps all files that you decide to version into a single per-user repository. As a single adminstrator you can decide to selectively and non-intrusively version some files through your own home directory.



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3 September 2009

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Holger Krekel Maintainer

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