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Project Summary

pristine-tar can regenerate a pristine upstream tarball using only a small binary delta file and a copy of the source which can be a revision control
checkout.

The package also includes a pristine-gz command, which can regenerate a pristine .gz file.

The delta file is designed to be checked into revision control along-side the source code, thus allowing the original tarball to be extracted from
revision control.

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30 Day Summary

Dec 22 2014 — Jan 21 2015

12 Month Summary

Jan 21 2014 — Jan 21 2015
  • 3 Commits
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  • 1 Contributors
    Down -4 (80%) from previous 12 months