Thanks for the responses, I figured out that I can get a specific revision
number based on the commit hash:
$ git describe --tag 412dd75428226d10044e80e741addecb24dbedb5
I can clone the specific revision source from Ansible using
--version=2.2.0-git-7645-g412dd75, but how can I clone that revision source
from git command? It failed at following command, apparently git clone does
not have an option --version, what is the equivalent option for --version?
$ git clone --version 2.2.0-git-7645-g412dd75
error: unknown option `version'
On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 1:02 AM, Dale R. Worley <wor...@alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Konstantin Khomoutov <flatw...@users.sourceforge.net> writes:
> > Note that accessing commits by date is imprecise by its nature and,
> > while useful sometimes, might indicate you're trying to do something
> > wrong way.
> In particular, the effects of time-zones can cause revisions to not have
> the dates you expect them to. If you are extracting a list of one or a
> small number of revisions, and then examining the list personally to
> find the revision you want, using dates is not particularly hazardous.
> But using date-access automatically (in a script, say) can easily
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