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User & Date: js on 2021-09-04 16:17:10
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2021-09-04
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objfw.spec: Generate configure if it's missing check-in: bc86f1d9e9 user: js tags: trunk
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README.md: Simplify Fossil instructions check-in: 1217ca1cd9 user: js tags: trunk
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README.md: Update MSYS2 instructions check-in: dc62ccc922 user: js tags: trunk
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Modified README.md from [901f02f7da] to [c038901141].

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There are three ways you are probably reading this right now:

 * On [ObjFW](https://objfw.nil.im/)'s homepage, via Fossil
 * On [GitHub](https://github.com/ObjFW/ObjFW)
 * Via an editor or pager, by opening `README.md` from a checkout or tarball

ObjFW is developed using Fossil, so if you are reading this on GitHub or any
other place, you are most likely using a mirror.


<h1 id="table-of-contents">Table of Contents</h1>

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  The main advantage of cloning the Fossil repository over cloning the Git
  repository is that you also get all the tickets, wiki pages, etc.

<h2 id="cloning-fossil">Fossil</h2>

  Clone the Fossil repository like this:

    $ fossil clone https://objfw.nil.im objfw.fossil
    $ mkdir objfw && cd objfw
    $ fossil open ../objfw.fossil

  You can then use Fossil's web interface to browse the timeline, tickets,
  wiki pages, etc.:


    $ fossil ui

  It's also possible to open the same local repository multiple times, so that
  you have multiple working directories all backed by the same local
  repository.

  In order to verify the signature of the currently checked out checkin, you


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There are three ways you are probably reading this right now:

 * On [ObjFW](https://objfw.nil.im/)'s homepage, via Fossil's web interface
 * On [GitHub](https://github.com/ObjFW/ObjFW)
 * Via an editor or pager, by opening `README.md` from a clone or tarball

ObjFW is developed using Fossil, so if you are reading this on GitHub or any
other place, you are most likely using a mirror.


<h1 id="table-of-contents">Table of Contents</h1>

................................................................................
  The main advantage of cloning the Fossil repository over cloning the Git
  repository is that you also get all the tickets, wiki pages, etc.

<h2 id="cloning-fossil">Fossil</h2>

  Clone the Fossil repository like this:

    $ fossil clone https://objfw.nil.im



  You can then use Fossil's web interface to browse the timeline, tickets,
  wiki pages, etc.:

    $ cd objfw
    $ fossil ui

  It's also possible to open the same local repository multiple times, so that
  you have multiple working directories all backed by the same local
  repository.

  In order to verify the signature of the currently checked out checkin, you