On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 13:51:16 -0000 "Edmund Craske" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> probably wrote:
> 1.2 is not greater than 1.7. Check your logic. > I mean the dates. Revision numbers have no correspondence between them. If you have two *different* files, and one of them has a revision number greated than the other, it doesn't necessarily mean it's older. You can commit a file ten times, and after that commit another file one time. If they were both at 1.1, then the first one, in your opinion, will be `older' than the second, when it's indeed vice versa. HTH, -- DoubleF Equal bytes for women.
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