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Revision keywords

From: Edward Diener <ediener_at_loyaltyworks.com>
Date: 2004-08-12 16:31:52 CEST

I am trying to understand the revision keywords. The SVN book says that
COMMITTED is the last revision in which an item changed before or at BASE. I
d o not see how COMMITTED can be any different from BASE. Obviously I am
missing something in my understanding of these meanings. Would anybody
please explain it to me.

As I understand it, whenever I do an update or a commit I get a new BASE
with which to start. At this point BASE and COMMITTED are exactly the same,
as far as I understand, How can COMMITTED therefore change while BASE
remains the same ?

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