That format looks a little different than I'd expect from a git change.
Possibly they are using Mercurial (which I believe has a concept of commit
number, in addition to the hash of the commit)?
It would be helpful to know what SCM they are using.
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 4:30 PM Colin Bennett <sky...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Those "random number and letter" are Git commit identifiers. They are
> SHA-1 hashes of the Git commit object. It's kind of like a Subversion
> revision number, except it's more unique. For some reason the "All
> Changes" view is showing you the Git commit that each change came from.
> On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 12:42:51 AM UTC-7, Axl Kersillian wrote:
> I'm new here and I'd like to ask if you guys have encounter about this. If
> I click all changes (number), it shows random number and letter. and if I
> click recent changes (number2), it show normal number.
> is these normal? or not? if not, how can i change it to numbers like
> recent changes
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