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SubjectRe: BitBucket: GPL-ed KitBeeper clone
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On Wed 12 Mar 03 16:32, Horst von Brand wrote:
> ...a changeset is local, or something to be sent out and merged elsewhere
> (where due to the merging it loses its former identity). Think traditional
> patches: I can create a patch here, give it to you. But what you end
> applying is different due to changes at your place. You apply a different
> patch.

This is why changesets need to be first-class objects in the repository,
that can be versioned, segmented and recombined. I'd be able to pull
slightly differing changesets from a variety of sources, *merge
the changesets* and carry the result forward in my repository. This
way, no changeset needs to lose its identity until I explicity want it
to.

Regards,

Daniel
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