I to would like to see a translation...
On Monday, June 17, 2013 3:25:02 AM UTC-4, Philip Oakley wrote:
> But waht we need is the 'translation' as to why it's true ;)
> I see that homeomorphic = a one-to-one correspondence, continuous in both
> directions, between the points of two geometric figures or between two
> topological spaces. So I think that means if my SHA1 equals your SHA1 we
> have the same commit tree and DAG.
> I'm guessing the sub-manifolds is about branches.
> Any more suggestions?
> ----- Original Message -----
> *Sent:* Monday, June 17, 2013 2:40 AM
> *Subject:* [git-users] Re: Humorous description of git
> Randomly came across it again...if anyone is interested...
> "git gets easier once you get the basic idea that branches are
> homeomorphic endofunctors mapping submanifolds of a Hilbert space."
> On Sunday, June 16, 2013 1:18:17 PM UTC-4, Eric Gorr wrote:
>> Hello. Awhile ago, I came across a rather humorous description of git,
>> but (a) I can't remember exactly how it went or (b) where I saw it. It
>> described git a being a tesseract inside of a manifold or some such thing.
>> Does this ring a bell with anyone? (I did find this
>> http://tartley.com/?p=1267, but that isn't it...I believe it was part of
>> some blog post tutorial.)
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