i hope that the statement "3.10 cannot exist unless 3.8 does" is false,
because that means if there's a hole (as described earlier today)
in the revision tree, development must stop on that branch, unless i
totally misunderstand how the revision numbers are assigned.
On 5 Mar 2001, Jim Blandy wrote:
> Brian Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > so if revision 22.214.171.124 exists but revision 3.8 does not exist,
> > will the merge from 126.96.36.199 to 3.10 work properly? i'm thinking
> > that finding a common ancestor will not be as simeple as i thought
> > it would be.
> 3.10 cannot exist unless 3.8 does.
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