Fossil vs GitBucket: What are the differences?
Fossil: Simple, high-reliability, distributed software configuration management. Fossil is a software configuration management system. Fossil is software that is designed to control and track the development of a software project and to record the history of the project. There are many such systems in use today. Fossil strives to distinguish itself from the others by being extremely simple to setup and operate; GitBucket: The easily installable Github clone powered by Scala. GitBucket provides a Github-like UI and features such as Git repository hosting via HTTP and SSH, repository viewer, issues, wiki and pull request.
Fossil and GitBucket can be primarily classified as "Code Collaboration & Version Control" tools.
Some of the features offered by Fossil are:
- Bug Tracking And Wiki
- Web Interface
On the other hand, GitBucket provides the following key features:
- Public / Private Git repository (http and ssh access)
- Repository viewer and online file editing
- Repository search (Code and Issues)
GitBucket is an open source tool with 7.73K GitHub stars and 1.06K GitHub forks. Here's a link to GitBucket's open source repository on GitHub.
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