(David's Advanced Revision Control System) is a revision
control system in the manner of CVS, arch, monotone, etc., but it is
decentralized, based on a "theory of patches" with roots in quantum
mechanics. It is implemented in extended Haskell, and is freely
available under the GPL on many platforms. A mirror of the Linux
kernel development tree is maintained by darcs.
Also see the Darcs
- Developer: David Roundy with a group of contributors.
- Number of sites: Many
- Number of users: Many
- In use: Since 2005
- Language: Haskell
- Compilers: Glasgow Haskell
- Line count: About 22K of literate Haskell.
- Availability: Freely distributable under GPL.
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