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Comment:Fix typo in hyperlink.
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User & Date: drh 2013-10-19 12:52:45
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2013-10-21
05:06
Make "fossil timeline -n" more accurate in counting lines in verbose mode. Allow print_timeline() to be used without limits, assuming that the query already contains a suitable limitation. Improve documentation. check-in: 0c312bee user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
2013-10-20
06:40
Possibly simpler alternative to timeline_cmd_dash_n_fix branch check-in: c6a49e29 user: jan.nijtmans tags: timeline_cmd_dash_n_fix-2
2013-10-19
12:52
Fix typo in hyperlink. check-in: 18d9f5af user: drh tags: trunk
2013-10-18
16:05
Added "YYMMDD HH:MM" option to timeline timestamp config, per ML request. check-in: feef2d15 user: stephan tags: trunk
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at a repository and get human-readable status, history, and tracking
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<h3>2.1 Identification Of Artifacts</h3>

A particular version of a particular file is called an "artifact".
Each artifact has a universally unique name which is the
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA">SHA1</a> hash of the content
of that file expressed as 40 characters of lower-case hexadecimal.  Such
a hash is referred to as the Artifact Identifier or Artifact ID
for the artifact.  The SHA1 algorithm is created with the purpose of
providing a highly forgery-resistant identifier for a file.  Given any
file it is simple to find the artifact ID for that file.  But given a
artifact ID it is computationally intractable to generate a file that will
have that Artifact ID.







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<h3>2.1 Identification Of Artifacts</h3>

A particular version of a particular file is called an "artifact".
Each artifact has a universally unique name which is the
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA1">SHA1</a> hash of the content
of that file expressed as 40 characters of lower-case hexadecimal.  Such
a hash is referred to as the Artifact Identifier or Artifact ID
for the artifact.  The SHA1 algorithm is created with the purpose of
providing a highly forgery-resistant identifier for a file.  Given any
file it is simple to find the artifact ID for that file.  But given a
artifact ID it is computationally intractable to generate a file that will
have that Artifact ID.