This is a collection of Bash shell scripts
for support of development using the revision control system Darcs.
The scripts are installed in your
thus you may extend your command search path accordingly.
Within a Darcs working copy you may run:
editor `darcs-list-modified`: Open an editor with all files that are modified with respect to the current local repository state.
darcs-replace-rec OLD NEW dirOrFileA dirOrFileB: Replace
NEWin all files in
dirOrFileAand so on, that contain
OLD. This calls
darcs replace, that is, the replacements are managed by Darcs as such.
darcs-mv-hs src/Data/Special.hs src/Control/Extra.hs: Move the file
src/Control/Extra.hsand replace the according module name
Control.Extrain all modules in directory
srcand in the cabal file. The first component must be a directory for source files. If you do not have a source directory, you may use
., but then files in
_darcsare also addressed, and Darcs will warn you. Nested source directories are not supported.
darcs-hub-put pkgname: Create new darcs repository at hub.darcs.net with the Cabal Synopsis as repository summary. The push patches to the newly created repository.
pkgnameis the name of the remote repository. A common way to run the script is
darcs-hub-put `basename $PWD`.
darcs-conv-latin-to-utf8 dirOrFile ...: Convert all files from Latin encoding to UTF8 encoding. You may easily adapt the script in order to convert between other encodings. Instead of using non-ASCII encodings you may replace non-ASCII symbols by Haskell string escape codes.
darcs-replace-finitemap: Convert old programs from use of
darcs-mv-mgare for Modula-3 development. They rename both interface and implementation file of a module and replace module names accordingly.