Pure-python Git library
Dulwich is a Python implementation of the file formats and protocols
used by the Git version control system. It can currently read from and write
to existing Git repositories and implements the protocol for pushing and
receiving packs from remote servers.
All functionality is available in pure Python, but for improved performance
replacements of some modules written in C are also available. This package
includes the high performance versions.
This is the dulwich project.
It aims to give an interface to git repos that doesn't call out to git
directly but instead uses pure Python.
Open up a repo by passing it the path to the .git dir. You can then ask for
HEAD with repo.head() or a ref with repo.ref(name). Both return the SHA id
they currently point to. You can then grab this object with
For the actual objects t
* Fix memory leak in C implementation of sorted_tree_items. (Dave Borowitz)
* Use correct path separators for named repo files. (Dave Borowitz)
* python > 2.7 and testtools-based test runners will now also pick up skipped
tests correctly. (Jelmer Vernooij)
* Move named file initilization to BaseRepo. (Dave Borowitz)
* Add logging utilities
dulwich (0.6.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
* Bump standards version to 3.9.1.
-- Jelmer Vernooij <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 30 Jul 2010 13:22:11 +0200
dulwich (0.6.0-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Support building on older platforms that still have C Git as git-
* Avoid use of versioned shebang lines. Thanks Stefano Rivera. Closes:
-- Jelmer Ver
Jelmer Vernooij <email@example.com>
James Westby <firstname.lastname@example.org>
John Carr <john.carr@unr
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