Is it normal to have a number or revisions in bzr info -v and another if I count the revisions "by hand"?
I have a repository. bzr check shows no problem.... however, look at this output:
bzr info -v | grep revisions; bzr log -r -1 | grep '^'revno; bzr log | grep -c revno
There are 474 revisions in the branch history and 2573 revisions in the repository. bzr log -r -1 sais the revision is 474. Cool! But look at the count of revisions with grep -c. They differ. That means the repository is broken? Or that's OK?
Can you help with this problem?
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