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SubjectRe: cset #'s stable?
* Tom Rini (trini@kernel.crashing.org) wrote:
> FWIW, it's easy to go back and forth as well, bash (pure sh?) functions
> to do it:

<snipped useful shell funcs>

Nice. I believe current bk lets you do bk changes -k -r<rev> to get key
from ChangeSet file (identical to bk prs -r -hnd:Key ChangeSet), and
echo key | bk key2rev ChangeSet to convert back. Not much simpler, but
a little ;-)
thanks,
-chris
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