HI PJ,

take a git commit without --allow-empty: if the trees are equal, it
creates no commit,
and if the trees are different it creates one.
Take then a git commit --allow-empty: if the trees are equal it may
create a commit or
not depending on the parent, message, author and date; if the trees
are different it
creates a commit.
So, the statement does not apply to commits in general.

-Angelo
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