Antoine Pelisse wrote:
> >> * internally, the marks are using the hg sha1s instead of the hg rev ids. 
> >> The latter are not necessarily invariant, and using the sha1s makes it 
> >> much easier to recover from semi-broken states.
> >
> > I doubt this makes any difference (except for more wasted space).
> I think this is definitely wrong. If you happen to strip a changeset
> from the mercurial repository, and redo a completely different commit
> on top of it, the new commit will never be seen on git end (because it
> will have the same rev id and will thus be identified as identical
> from git point of view).

That is true. I've written the code to use SHA-1 nodeids inststead andd this
particular scenario works correctly, I just need to figure a way to discard the
old ones.


Felipe Contreras
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