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User & Date: bch 2009-08-23 21:23:54
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2009-08-24
16:00
Added the "selfhost.wiki" page that talks about the three self-hosting fossil repositories and how they are automatically synchronized. check-in: 67b5f419 user: drh tags: trunk
2009-08-23
21:23
typo check-in: 5556630a user: bch tags: trunk
2009-08-22
20:48
Fix typo in the new stats.wiki document. check-in: 45dbaa0c user: drh tags: trunk
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synchronizing two instances of the same project) the only thing that matters
is the unordered collection of artifacts.  In fact, one of the key 
characteristics of fossil is that the entire project history can be
reconstructed simply by scanning the artifacts in an arbitrary order.

The number of check-ins is the number of times that the "commit" command
has been run.  A single check-in might change a 3 or 4 files, or it might
changes several dozen different files.  Regardless of the number of files
changed, it still only counts as one check-in.

The "Uncompressed Size" is the total size of all the artifacts within
the fossil repository assuming they were all uncompressed and stored 
separately on the disk.  Fossil makes use of delta compress between related
versions of the same file, and then using zlib compression on the resulting
deltas.  The total resulting repository size is shown after the uncompressed







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synchronizing two instances of the same project) the only thing that matters
is the unordered collection of artifacts.  In fact, one of the key 
characteristics of fossil is that the entire project history can be
reconstructed simply by scanning the artifacts in an arbitrary order.

The number of check-ins is the number of times that the "commit" command
has been run.  A single check-in might change a 3 or 4 files, or it might
change several dozen different files.  Regardless of the number of files
changed, it still only counts as one check-in.

The "Uncompressed Size" is the total size of all the artifacts within
the fossil repository assuming they were all uncompressed and stored 
separately on the disk.  Fossil makes use of delta compress between related
versions of the same file, and then using zlib compression on the resulting
deltas.  The total resulting repository size is shown after the uncompressed