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SubjectRe: cset #'s stable?
On Tue, Oct 21, 2003 at 09:52:09AM -0700, Chris Wright wrote:
> * Frank Cusack (fcusack@fcusack.com) wrote:
> > Are changeset #'s stable?
> >
> > I'm specifically looking at linux-2.5/net/sunrpc/clnt.c,
> > "rev 1.1153.63.[123]" which I recorded earlier as 1.1153.48.[123].
>
> No, they are not. The key, however, is stable (bk changes -k -r<rev>,
> for example).

Changeset numbers are subject to change when you merge in other
changesets which depend on earlier changesets. So older changeset
numbers tend to be more stable compared to newer changeset numbers,
and changeset numbers won't change unless you have done a pull (or
someone else has done a push) to your repository.

- Ted
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