crates.io uses a git repository as the index listing package registrations (cratesio-index), but it doesn't use git for the crates themselves. The crate sources themselves are packed into
.crate files, uploaded to crates.io, and stored on S3.
Which, IIRC, are just
.tar.gz files with the extension changed.
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