"Eric S. Raymond" <e...@thyrsus.com> writes:
> Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com>:
>> fsck_ident() in fsck.c rejects anything but " [1-9][0-9]* " after
>> the author and committer ident (i.e. the timestamp has to be
>> integral number of seconds since the epoch, not before it, nor
>> with fractional seconds).
> Is this architecturally significant? It sounds like another
> implementation detail.
If you create a commit object that violatse it and have 47 million
existing users pull such a history, they not be able to use such a
history with the version of Git they have. Don't go there.
As somebody else mentioned, in distributed environment millisecond
timestamps won't have much meaning, so it looks like a very low
priority to me from Git's perspective.
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