Jan Engelhardt wrote:
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?

Not every platform (supported by git) does have a nanosecond clock resolution

Bye, Jojo

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