Project info for Katie

Share This Created 8 Jan 2001 at 00:37 UTC by Geoffrey.



Katie is a GPL'd revision control system, somewhat like a cross between CVS and NFS. It is inspired by the (expensive, proprietary, but quite good) ClearCase.

The most-cool feature about Katie is that the repository is mounted as a filesystem -- this leads to a few neat things:

Another nice feature is that directories are versioned just like regular files, so if you delete a file, you can go back and see it just by looking at a previous version of the directory (again, through the filesystem, no new commands are needed).

License: GPL

This project has the following developers:

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