Though Git repositories are most commonly accessed using a special piece of software called a Git client, we also provide a web-based interface to view Git repositories.
Browsing the Git tree gives you a great view into the current status of this project's code. You may also view the complete history of any file in the repository.
Git is a Source Code Management (SCM) tool for software developers which supports collaborative development of software within a team, and the tracking of changes to software source code over time.
Git is used by developers, and advanced users who need the very latest changes to the software (before releases occur). Software users generally do not need Git; typically they will download official file releases made available by the project instead.
Developers should familiarize themselves with Git by reading the Git Documentation.
To access the default Git repository, configure your Git client as follows:
The project may have defined additional repositories which can also be checked out. In order to determine the names of the additional repositories, please use the web browse link above.
Information about accessing this Git repository may be found in our document titled Git (Version Control for Source Code).