This is a very simple web interface for darcs, inspired in gitweb (which is written by Kay Sievers and Christian Gierke). It's written in Python and calls darcs to get most of the data.
It should work on any webserver without any special configuration besides enabling CGIs; I have tested it using lighttpd, thttpd and Apache.
It supports browsing records and their diffs, extracting diffs against the current head, browsing the current tree, annotate, provides an RSS feed and other stuff like that.
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