On Mar 27, 2009, at 12:35 AM, MARK CALLAGHAN wrote:
>>> I am trying to understand the output of 'g4 annotate' for
>>> lp:mysql-server/6.0. My guess is that the three part revision
>>> (2599.281.53) are from the pre-bzr source control system. Is there
>>> any way for the general public to get the details of those commits?
>> All of the history should be in there. What makes you think it is
> Some combination of the following: ignorance, unable to devote enough
> time to learning yet another SCM
A word on the three part numbers: Those are coming from merge commits
(commits having >1 parent).
The revision number is simply the number of commits in the current
tree, and the
dot notation is a way to track them when two branches are merged
instead of being in a serial history.