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Re: `about-emacs' - what about the revno?

From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: `about-emacs' - what about the revno?
Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2010 00:34:11 +0800
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 On 29/8/2010 12:05 AM, Drew Adams wrote:
If not, then perhaps developers could refer in some other
way (by date?) to the code that contains a given fix.

But please see the "If not..." part above.  I am interested in knowing which
upcoming Windows binary will have a particular fix (e.g. identified by "revno
101110").  When communicating with bug-report filers, a date is perhaps more
useful than just a revno (and users should not need to dig into change logs).
Some users might be able to do something with a revno, but a date should be of
some help to any user.

Perhaps you could use the date that the email was sent?

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