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commit 813897023e16e1215507923d16c3ab9d9acb04e6
parent a5ca8be6588590c6c5feb35bb0f149c0619122c4
Author: Alexander Barton <>
Date:   Sun, 19 Jul 2015 03:19:38 +0200

Remove doc/GIT.txt: it is outdated

ngIRCd uses GitHub, and Git itself is quite common today. So don't
include an own Git "mini HowTo" any longer.

Ddoc/GIT.txt | 65-----------------------------------------------------------------
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diff --git a/doc/GIT.txt b/doc/GIT.txt @@ -1,65 +0,0 @@ - - ngIRCd - Next Generation IRC Server - - - (c)2001-2011 Alexander Barton and Contributors. - ngIRCd is free software and published under the - terms of the GNU General Public License. - - -- GIT.txt -- - - -The source code of ngIRCd is maintained using GIT, an distributed version -control system. Homepage including documentation: <>. - - -I. Viewing the source code online -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - -The ngIRCd "GITweb" interface allows you to browse the GIT repository and -to see all individual files, tags, branches, commits etc.: - - <> - - -II. Getting the source code -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - -To access (copy, clone) the source tree repository anonymously, run: - - $ git clone git:// - -Thereby a new folder "ngircd" will be created containing all the individual -source files. - -The newly created directory ("ngircd") is the "working directory", all -GIT commands will be executed from within this directory in the future. - -Please note: When checking out a fresh copy of ngIRCd using GIT, the -configure script doesn't exist; you have to run the shell script -(which is included in the source tree) to generate it. This requires you to -have GNU automake and GNU autoconf installed on your system. Please see the -file INSTALL for details! - -To update the local GIT repository: - - $ git pull - -This retrieves all changes and merges them into the current branch. - - -III. Contributing -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - -Patches should be sent to the ngircd mailing list. List homepage: - - -If you do not want to send them to the list, you can also mail them -to Alex Barton, <>. - - -IV. Write Access -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - -If you want to contribute a couple of patches and write access to the GIT -repository would be handy, please contact Alex Barton, <>.