imply dependency). They deal with branching and merging and the flow and structure of changes across codelines.
Now that we've finally set the stage and introduced the players, we'll be exiting the stage until next month, when we finally try and directly apply our translations to each of the different types of version control containers: changes/workspaces, baselines, and codelines. We're very interested in your feedback on these ideas and our initial "mapping" of them into the version-control domain. So if you think we've missed something or you have some insights to share, please let us know.
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