On Sunday, 11 March 2012 14:04:32 UTC, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> Just replace the branch with a tag (possibly annotated).
> The "trick" is that tags point to lines of history, just like branches,
> but they don't move.  There's no problem with using tags to refer to
> history--be it `git diff`, `gitk` etc.
We use tags and branches already thank you.

I am only keeping this branch for a short time. I guess we can't do what I 
would like, but its no big deal. Like someone else said we'll just remember 
not to use it! :)

Thanks anyway,

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