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    As with almost everything in git the way to run it stand alone is convoluted, complicated and of cause not properly documented on the git web site. It is amazing that people even consider using git stand alone when that is even less bearable than with the plethora of tools that have grown around it that try smoothing its edges. Compare that with howeasy and full featured fossil is and the astonishment is even greater.

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      Whatever floats your goat.

      I found fossil to be a less-intuitive / less-featured git clone that’s almost supported nowhere, so I’m sticking with git.

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        Really? It’s famously difficult to be less intuitive than git, and the only thing I see it having over fossil is adoption (which doesn’t matter in a bare-bones setup). Fossil’s built-in feature list is impressive in comparison.

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          Again, depends on what you’re used to work with, or how your environment is set.

          Still has nothing to do with this topic, though.

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      The emperor’s clothes look somewhat strange, almost transparent somehow.

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        He accidentally dropped the commit setting opacity to 1.0 while interactively rebasing before the last PR was merged.