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Fossil User's Guide Outline

I.	Foreward

II.	Source Control and why you need it
	A.  What is it
	A. 	Why you need it
	B. 	Description of source control
		1.	VSS Style - File Check out
		2.	CVS Style - Merge
		3.	Distributed
			(a)	GIT
			(b) Mercurial
	C.	Fossil description
		1. Source Control
		2. Ticketing
		3. Wiki/Webserver

III.Single User Fossil Use
	A. 	Create repository
		1. 	Create
		2. 	Attach
		3. 	Add & Commit
	B. 	Init web interface
	C. 	Update repository
		1.	Add
		2.	Commit
		3	Show Time line
		4.	Open to get fresh copy of source
	D. 	Ticket use
		1.	Create
		2.	List
		3.	Close
	E. 	Wiki use
		1.	Main page exit
		2.	Useful wiki commands
		3.	Documentation

IV.	Multiple User Fossil Use
	A. Setting up a Fossil server
		1. 	Self hosted
		2. 	CGI system
	B.	User accounts
	C.	Multiple user actions
		1.	Clone
		2.	Commit
		3.	Update
		4.	Forking...
	
V.	Fossil Commands
	A. 	Basic commands
		1.	help
		2.	add
		3.	rm
		4.	rename (mv)
		5.	status
		6.	changes
		7.	extra
		8.	revert
		9.	update
		10.	checkout (co)
		11.	undo
		12.	diff
		13.	ui
		14. server
		15.	commit (ci)

	B.	Maintenance
		1.	new
		2.	clone
		3.	open
		4.	close
		5.	version
		6.	rebuild
		7.	all
		8.	push
		9.	pull
		10.	sync
		11.	clean
		12.	branch
		13.	merge
		14.	tag
		15.	settings

	C.	Misc
		1.	zip
		2.	user
		3.	finfo
		4.	timeline
		5.	wiki
		

	D.	Advanced
		1.	scrub
		2.	search
		3.	sha1sum
		4.	rstats
		5.	configuration
		6.	deconstruct
		7.	reconstruct
		8.	descendants
		
		

VI.	Customization

Appendix
		
	1.	Resources
		(a) Web Site
		(b) News Group