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====== Using Qct with Git ======

Git repositories are only supported via the Cogito front-end scripts,
which must be installed in order for Qct to function properly.

For a commit message template, place the template file in your
repository root: $(git-root)/.commit.template

If you start qct inside the repository root (where .git/ resides), qct
will autodetect the Cogito back-end.  If you start it elsewhere in the
repository directory tree, you will need to supply a command line
argument to specify Cogito:   qct --cg

PS:  The Cogito back-end is not as well tested as I would like.  If
you find a bug or find support for a particular cg feature not to your
liking, please send me an e-mail.


Note: For a Git-Native commit tool, give GCT a try.