Galois is pleased to announce the movement of our open source projects to GitHub!
As part of our commitment to giving back to the open source community, we have decided that we can best publish our work using GitHub’s public website. This move should provide the open source community more direct access to our repositories, as well as more advanced collaboration tools.
Moved repositories include the widely-used XML and JSON libraries, our FiveUI extensible UI Analysis tool, our high-speed Cereal serialization library, our SHA and RSA crypto packages, the HaLVM, and more.
For a list of our open source packages, please see our main GitHub page here:
We are very excited to interact with the GitHub community and utilize all the great tools there. On the other hand, if you’re not a GitHub user, please feel free to continue to send us any patches or suggestions as per usual.
For those currently hacking on projects using our old repositories at code.galois.com, we apologize for the inconvenience! The trees on GitHub hold the exact same trees, however, so you should be able to add a remote tree (git remote add) and push without too much difficulty.
As always, we would love to hear your feedback. Been waiting for this change? Hate it? Wonder how to push your changes to us? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.