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Welcome to ZOW


  ZOW is a Git-oriented service framework for Emacs.  It
  provides command ‘git-hook-kick’ and others.  Collectively,
  you can use these to manage a Git-oriented service in Emacs
  Lisp.  Its spiritual brethren are Gogs and ilk.

  At this time, "manage" means also "design and implement" as the
  builtin services are a smattering of emulated scripts from Git
  hooks, more demonstrative than actually useful.  If you are a
  dev-ops (and/or doc-ops) kind of user, you should feel right at
  home.  If not, probably better to stop reading now and move on.

  Another discouraging fact is the documentation is still immature.


  ZOW owes its existence and functionality to:
  - GNU Emacs that supports cl-lib.el and ‘make-network-process’
  - Netcat that supports ‘-U SOCKFILE’

  You also need GNU make and the usual bevy of utilities to build it.


  Still want to try?  Well, first read the source, especially
  the parts in the testing directory ‘t’.  Then...

  ./configure [options]
  make check              ; optional but Highly Recommended
  make install

  This installs zow.el[c] and git-hook.el[c] (four files) in
  ${sitelisp}, normally "/usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp".

  Use configure option ‘--with-sitelisp=DIR’ to install in DIR
  instead of ${sitelisp}, or other configure options to customize
  ${prefix} and so on (try ‘./configure --help’).

  To customize the prereq programs use vars ‘EMACS’ and ‘NETCAT’.  E.g.:

    ./configure EMACS=$HOME/build/GNU/emacs/src/emacs

Reporting Bugs

  Please send bug reports to the address ‘./configure --help’ shows.
  For general discussion, try help-gnu-emacs (a gnu dot org address)
  for now.  (Eventually, it would be nice to get ZOW onto GitLab and
  do things there, but that's still TBD...)

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