On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 01:42:44PM +0100, martin f krafft wrote:
> Except, of course, there is no such thing as an SVN-Commit. r123 is
> a state, a snapshot, the commit if the diff against r-1. I think hg
> is like Git
well, in git the commit-ids also represent the state of the whole tree
like in svn.
> but I think bzr also doesn't have commit identifiers.
without rechecking, from what i remember reading there are local
revision ids which are sequential, but also hashes (either for the
commit or the tree) which are global like in git.
> Anyway, since those are unique within the official repo to which
> these messages are referring (else it would not make sense, except
> maybe in the case of Git
it makes sense for any dcvs. if i am interested in the commit-id then
chances are that i already have a local clone of the repo in which case
i can use the global id locally. (this becomes significant for bzr which
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