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If you want to inspect a remote repository, your best bet is to browse it. (There are some command line variations of bk that will give you some information about a remote repo but, really, there's no substitute for just browsing, at least for now.)

As an example, browse any of

In the last case, feel free to "Browse the source tree" for the latest version of Linus Torvalds' 2.6 kernel source tree.

For all of the projects hosted at that site, browse http://bkbits.net.


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Topic revision: r4 - 2004-10-29 - 09:21:05 - HarlanStenn
 
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