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joerg at alea.gnuu.de
Mon Feb 16 14:09:50 UTC 2009
Rafael Laboissiere hat am Sun 15. Feb, 23:49 (+0100) geschrieben:
> * Jörg Sommer <joerg at alea.gnuu.de> [2009-02-15 21:11]:
> > Rafael Laboissiere hat am Sun 15. Feb, 19:50 (+0100) geschrieben:
> > > What do you mean by "commit movements"?
> > With git rebase --interactive it's possible to change the order of
> > commits. I've did so for the commits for the configure flags:
> > [snip]
> > With git you can easily reorder commits.
> Thanks for the explanation. I am really impressed by the power of Git. I
> have never done such things with SVN and I doubt it would be possible to do.
No, it's not possible, because you are forced to publish every commit.
With git you shouldn't do such things with published commits, too. At
least not as long as there's not an agreement that such changes can
happen, maybe in a private branch like jo-0.99.19.
But with SVN it's not possible. SVN stores differences between commits,
while git store the whole tree. With SVN you had to update all following
commits, while with git you simply insert a new tree. The diff is built
by the tools, later.
Gienger's Law (http://www.bruhaha.de/laws.html):
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enthaltenenen, kumulierten Ausrufungszeichen.
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