Python-vcbrowser - Small toolkit for browsing various version control systems.
1. Introduction2. Installation2.1. Hard dependencies2.2. Other dependencies3. Usage4. API5. Contribute, damn it! 1. IntroductionAbandoned in favor of http://bitbucket.org/marcinkuzminski/vcs/ 2. InstallationIn order to install vcbrowser simply download the sources (or export via svn) and place 'vcbrowser' directory somewhere within your PYTHONPATH. 2.1. Hard dependenciesvcbrowser needs Enum to run - I will probably exclude this in next release but for now just type as super user: easy_install EnumYou can get it from here too: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/enum/. Remember that this toolkit use other, lower-level libraries to communicate with repositories. Here is a list of the libraries needed by specific engine: Version Control System
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