[Darcs] is a nifty coderevision tool similar to CVS but different in a couple of good ways.
First you need the program, this can be found if you go to the [homepage]. Personally I just had to 'emerge' it on my [gentoo] laptop. I also installed it on my windows computer, just for the sake of taking screenshots of MembersPage/FredrikJagenheim/GenBoardConfig.
I used [this link] to get a binary.
Getting the repository
$ darcs get http://platina.sytes.net/repos/GenBoardConfig
Updating your branch
$ darcs pull -a
Pulling from http://platina.sytes.net/repos/GenBoardConfig...
Recording a patch
After you've edited your branch, you may want to send me a patch. First, you need to record a patch:
$ darcs record
It will ask you about which patches to record. Please keep all your patches logically together. Thus, don't mix a patch regarding spelling with a patch regarding functionality. Record them seperatly.
Sending the patch
$ darcs send
Hopefully, it should send me a patch via email. Not tested yet. Will test and update this as soon as possible.
Because I needed a personal replacement for CVS. After testing a couple of the new revision tools (subversion, arch, darcs, etc) I got fond of the way darcs handles files and patches.