Emacs front-end to GNU Arch
xtla provides a Emacs front-end to the revision control system GNU Arch. xtla provides functionality similar to tla and bazaar. It provides user wrappers to tla and bazzar commands. It is similar to pcl/cvs for cvs or psvn.el to subversion. Moreover, xtla is highly integrated with Emacs, such that most things can be done within the frame. There is also a bookmark manager, which keeps the most frequently used arch locations in your bookmark buffer.
DocumentationUser manual in PDF and HTML http://download.gna.org/xtla-el/docs/
released on 3 November 2006
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|License:GPLv2orlater||Ted Teah||23 August 2005|
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