Move from Subversion/SVN to git.

For a while now, the Sagan and Sagan rules development branches have been avaliable via SVN (Subversion). While Subversion/SVN worked, we decided to move to a more collaborative system. This system is known as 'git'.

"Git is a distributed revision control system with an emphasis on speed. Git was initially designed and developed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development. Every Git working directory is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or a central server."

We've also moved off our old internal Subversion/SVN server to the public Github service. Github offers some really nice features over our old SVN/Subversion system. It's easier to look at "changes" in the code base and be more "social" with writing software. In our tests, it's really worked out well.

How to browse the Sagan development code.

To browse the Sagan development code, review code changes, read change log information you can point a web browser at the following:

To browse the development Sagan rule sets, point your browser at:

Downloading Sagan development code (getting your hands dirty!)

If you'd like to download/compile/debug/play with the latest Sagan development code, you'll need to have 'git' installed. If you have that install, you can simply run the following command:

git clone

To download the Git/development rules, do:

git clone

This will download the latest source and allow you to start playing.

-- ChampClark - 2011-07-21

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