Then about 2-3 years ago it just up and disappeared. I tried doing several websearches for it, but to no avail. Then on the revctrl mailing list I saw someone inquire about it, and I chimed in too wondering where it had gone.
Karl Fogel (of CVS and Subversion fame) replied with exactly what I was looking for ...
You can get the whole project archived as a tarball here:
It used to live at http://www.eclipse.org/stellation/. Those pages have been pulled, with no redirect left behind (a bit annoying when an open source project does that!). But a search on eclipse.org pulled up this thread:
...which pointed to...
...which pointed to the above tarball. Summary from the archive page:"Stellation is a software configuration management system designed to be an extensible platform for building systems based on the integration of advanced or experimental SCM techniques with the Eclipse development environment. The Stellation project will be using this system to integrate support for fine-grained software artifacts into the Eclipse environment, with particular focus on dynamic program organization, and inter-program coordination.
The Stellation website, newsgroup, mailing list, source code, and latest download are available in a compressed tar archive (110Mb) [http://archive.eclipse.org/technology/archives/stellation-project.tar.gz]"
So now you know! (and so do I).