Fossil

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Fossil is a distributed version control like Git and Mercurial. Fossil also supports distributed bug tracking and distributed wiki all in a single integrated package. It is simple, high-reliability, distributed software configuration management.

Its feature include:

  • Bug Tracking And Wiki
  • Web interface
  • Autosync - avoids forking and merging
  • Uses HTTP for all network communications, it works fine from behind restrictive firewalls
  • CGI Enabled
  • Fossil stores content in an SQLite database so that transactions are atomic even if interrupted by a power loss or system crash

www.fossil-scm.org/

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