curl http://JonathansCorner.com/cfl/download.cgi > ~/bin/cfl && chmod 0755 !#:3
You've tried CVS, SVN (Subversion), Git, Mercurial, and others. Isn't it time to try a little more green of a distributed version control system?
CFL is the first green distributed version control system (DVCS). Inspired by "twisted but brilliant" compact fluorescent lights, CFL offers full DVCS services at a download weight of a very green file size of just under 8k.
dev ~/directory $ cfl commit CFL can be turned off for efficiency purposes, and comes turned off by default. Right now CFL is turned off. To turn it on, type: cfl on Thank you for using CFL! dev ~/directory $ cfl on You have turned CFL on. Please remember to turn it off when you have finished using it. Thank you for using CFL! dev ~/directory $ cfl commit CFL needs some time too warm up after you have turned it on. Please try again in a few seconds. Thank you for using CFL! dev ~/directory $ cfl commit CFL needs some time too warm up after you have turned it on. Please try again in a few seconds. Thank you for using CFL! dev ~/directory $ sleep 5; cfl commit To encourage efficient use of resources and a green footprint in terms of bytes taken by commits, CFL has disabled editor-based commit messages in favor of command-line inline commit messages, e.g. cfl commit -m 'Last commit before adding experimental feature.' Please try again using an inline commit message. Thank you for using CFL! dev ~/directory $
"Whoa, CVS is so much better than CFL it's not even funny." -Jane Q. Hacker
"Every programmer needs time to percolate, and slow down enough to be productive. That is why I consider CFL an essential programmer productivity tool." -John Q. Hacker
"Every so often you run across a tool that changes the way you think about technology. CFL is that tool." -A former environmental activist
"How did you get in here? Who let you past security? Guard!" -A Fortune 500 CTO
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