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<p>
SQLite does not use the
[https://git-scm.org|Git] version control system.
SQLite uses
[https://fossil-scm.org/|Fossil] instead.
Fossil and Git are both block-chain version-control systems.
They are both "distributed".  They both store content has a 
sequence of immutable check-ins identified by a cryptographic
hash.  Git is wildly popular, to the point that many younger
developers are familiar with nothing else.  And yet, the developers
of SQLite prefer Fossil.  This article tries to explain why.

<h1>A Few Reasons Why SQLite Does Not Use Git</h1>








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<p>
SQLite does not use the
[https://git-scm.org|Git] version control system.
SQLite uses
[https://fossil-scm.org/|Fossil] instead.
Fossil and Git are both block-chain version-control systems.
They are both "distributed".  They both store content as a 
sequence of immutable check-ins identified by a cryptographic
hash.  Git is wildly popular, to the point that many younger
developers are familiar with nothing else.  And yet, the developers
of SQLite prefer Fossil.  This article tries to explain why.

<h1>A Few Reasons Why SQLite Does Not Use Git</h1>