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Why martinvonz/jj is stable?

The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 9 Feb, 2023 to 12 May, 2023

Final time range – from 10 Nov, 2023 to 9 Feb, 2024

From 46 to 42 commits per week
From 2281 to 2314 additions per week
From 1582 to 1421 deletions per week
Data calculated on 9 Feb, 2024

Summary of martinvonz/jj

The martinvonz/jj GitHub repository houses a practical and convenient distributed version control system. Invented by Martin von Zweigbergk, the tool is titled jj.

jj differs from most other version control systems in that it separates operational details from the changes. This enables better documenting of the history which is crucial for large projects where the details can get convoluted over time.

jj is a command-line tool like Git which is mostly used for managing source code history, but it can be used with any type of files.

Developed using the Rust programming language, jj is currently under active development and may undergo substantial changes in the future. The file in the repository provides brief instructions on how to test and build jj, potentially contributing to its development.

Please note that although jj promises to be a powerful useful tool, due to it being a developing project, it might come with a few caveats and experimental features. So, it's recommended to use it in a testing environment before applying to any real, substantial projects.

Here is a link to the repository: martinvonz/jj.

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