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This page aims to introduce the concepts behind [http://git-scm.com/ Git] in a "Haskell way".
 
This page aims to introduce the concepts behind [http://git-scm.com/ Git] in a "Haskell way".
   
== The immutable object store ==
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== The DAG ==
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TODO
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== Branches and tags ==
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TODO
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== Objects ==
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=== Kinds of objects ===
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TODO
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=== The object store ===
   
 
All the different objects in Git - individual files, entire directory trees, commits and other things - are stored in a repository-wide central store. Each object is identified by computing a SHA-1 hash, which is a function of only the object's contents.
 
All the different objects in Git - individual files, entire directory trees, commits and other things - are stored in a repository-wide central store. Each object is identified by computing a SHA-1 hash, which is a function of only the object's contents.

Revision as of 19:27, 6 September 2012

WORK IN PROGRESS

This page aims to introduce the concepts behind Git in a "Haskell way".

Contents

1 The DAG

TODO

2 Branches and tags

TODO

3 Objects

3.1 Kinds of objects

TODO

3.2 The object store

All the different objects in Git - individual files, entire directory trees, commits and other things - are stored in a repository-wide central store. Each object is identified by computing a SHA-1 hash, which is a function of only the object's contents.