bif-init - initialize a new bif repository
bif init [DIRECTORY] [LOCATION] [OPTIONS...]
The bif-init command creates a new bif repository - basically a directory containing the following files:
With no arguments this commands creates a working repository in $PWD/.bif. Bif commands search up the filesystem for such a directory to use as their current working repository.
DIRECTORY argument is given then a hub repository is created at that path instead. Hub repositories are used to synchronize changes between your current working repository and the working repositories of other people.
During initialization the user's "self" identity is cloned from the user repository, which is automatically created if it does not already exist.
DIRECTORY. This is typically an ssh address such as ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org.
keep_invalidoption in the
bifkvtable to true. This prevents invalid changes from being rolled back out of the database so they can be inspected. As this option is aimed at developers it is hidden from normal usage messages.
Mark Lawrence <email@example.com>
Copyright 2013-2017 Mark Lawrence <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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