Code - Version


Versions don’t really work linearly. Commits can and sometime must be reverted.

later does not necessarily mean better. If A comes later than B, it does not imply that:

  • A has more features than B,
  • or that A is more stable than B,
  • or that A is more useful than B.

It simply means that somewhere in A’s history, is a commit node B.

With a model of later is better, nobody wanted to use the word revert


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