Monday, February 9, 2009


[14:44:21] A commit is the framework of revisions made for source codes. It is like an update or a patch. When changes are made to a source code, a commit is issued to keep others updated and/or allow them to perform new functions or to preform old functions more efficiently. A commit with version control systems is less probable to cause trouble, as it allows "rolling back". This is similar to the "undo" function found in most word processors and games.

No comments: