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Re: Identical files across subsequent package revisions

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: Identical files across subsequent package revisions
Date: Sun, 27 Dec 2020 23:22:38 +0100
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zimoun <> skribis:

> What I wanted to illustrate is “revision” does not mean “new version“
> and I do not know what is the typical usage by people; aside Guix
> dev. :-)
> How many times per week or month people are doing “guix pull && guix
> upgrade” almost blindly without reviewing what is new?

Good question.  We should look at differences over time, not just
differences compared to the previous revision, if you see what I mean.

> Last, I was trying to understand what is the “revision” number
> corresponding to which outputs.  For example r-minimal:
> <>
> There are 3 outputs with 4.0.3, so I am expecting 3 similar revisions in
> the chart.  Then 3 others with 4.0.2, then 2 others with 4.0.1.
> In the 6 revisions in the chart, I was trying to figure out what does
> mean the ’0’: r-minimal against which other one, i.e., which Guix commit
> against which other one.  Idem for 1,2,3,4,5. :-)

In the chart I sent, probably the drop in r-minimal has to do with the
version change.


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