> From: wor...@alum.mit.edu (Dale R. Worley)
> I think you could get a similar effect by doing something like this:
> [...]
> This leaves you with a tagged commit that is not on a branch and
> contains the derived files, whose parent is the commit containing
> exactly the source files.

You may want to have two tags, one tag being a commit on the master
branch that contains only the "source" files, and one tag for a commit
not on master, whose parent is the source commit, and contains the
"derived" files.  Because sometimes you want one set of files and
sometimes you want both sets of files.



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