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Welcome to ZOW

Introduction
============

  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.

Prerequisites
=============

  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.

Installation
============

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

  ./configure [options]
  make
  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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