On Tuesday 2012-10-02 10:26, Johannes Sixt wrote:
>Note that git commit -m A --allow-empty *DID* create a commit. Only, that
>it received the same name (SHA1) as the commit you created before it
>because it had the exact same contents (files, parents, author, committer,
>and timestamps). Obviously, your script was executed sufficiently fast
>that the two commits happend in the same second.
What about introducing nanosecond-granular timestamps into Git?
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