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Comment:sync.wiki: fixed a typo and struck allow-symlinks from the list of sync'd config options.
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User & Date: stephan 2022-01-12 03:46:21
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2022-01-13
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Change all calls to json_extract() into uses of the new ->> operator. ... (check-in: 50d433e5 user: drh tags: trunk)
2022-01-12
03:46
sync.wiki: fixed a typo and struck allow-symlinks from the list of sync'd config options. ... (check-in: d1ac2f90 user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:46
Possibly fix the assertion fault reported by forum post 4baa888c5743e3e1 ... (check-in: 3f8ee9e1 user: drh tags: trunk)
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an administrator can sync local state using
the [/help?cmd=configuration|config push] and
[/help?cmd=configuration|config pull]
commands.

<h3 id="crdt">1.1 Conflict-Free Replicated Datatypes</h3>

<p>The "bag of artifacts" data model used by Fossil
Fossil is apparently an implementation of a particular 
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conflict-free_replicated_data_type|Conflict-Free Replicated
Datatype (CRDT)]
called a "G-Set" or "Grow-only Set".
The academic literature on CRDTs only began to appear in about 2011, and
Fossil predates that research by at least 4 years.  But it is nice to know
that theorists have now proven that the underlying data model of Fossil can
provide strongly-consistent replicas using only peer-to-peer communication
and without any kind of central authority.</p>


<p>If you are already familiar with CRDTs and were wondering if Fossil
used them, the answer is "yes".  We just don't call them by that name.</p>


<h2>2.0 Transport</h2>








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an administrator can sync local state using
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commands.

<h3 id="crdt">1.1 Conflict-Free Replicated Datatypes</h3>

<p>The "bag of artifacts" data model used by Fossil is apparently an
implementation of a particular
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conflict-free_replicated_data_type|Conflict-Free

Replicated Datatype (CRDT)] called a "G-Set" or "Grow-only Set".  The
academic literature on CRDTs only began to appear in about 2011, and
Fossil predates that research by at least 4 years.  But it is nice to
know that theorists have now proven that the underlying data model of
Fossil can provide strongly-consistent replicas using only
peer-to-peer communication and without any kind of central
authority.</p>

<p>If you are already familiar with CRDTs and were wondering if Fossil
used them, the answer is "yes".  We just don't call them by that name.</p>


<h2>2.0 Transport</h2>

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<li> ignore-glob
<li> keep-glob
<li> crlf-glob
<ul></td><td valign="top"><ul>
<li> crnl-glob
<li> encoding-glob
<li> empty-dirs
<li> allow-symlinks
<li> dotfiles
<li> parent-project-code
<li> parent-projet-name
<li> hash-policy
<li> mv-rm-files
<li> ticket-table
<li> ticket-common







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<li> ignore-glob
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<ul></td><td valign="top"><ul>
<li> crnl-glob
<li> encoding-glob
<li> empty-dirs
<li> <s>allow-symlinks</s> (removed 2020-08, version 2.12.1)
<li> dotfiles
<li> parent-project-code
<li> parent-projet-name
<li> hash-policy
<li> mv-rm-files
<li> ticket-table
<li> ticket-common