We are investigating different ways of extracting information from our
repository in order to determine software versions.
One possibility is to use a property to store the "base" revision (like
A.B.C), and then determine the "build" on a relative difference between
the revision where the property was changed and HEAD. The problem with
using the absolute revision is the scale of the number may be too large
from some uses.
My question is whether there is a good way of determining the revision
in which a given property was edited.
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