Chris Collins said on Tue, Feb 17, 2004 at 02:28:37PM +0000:
> $Id: DB.php,v 1.46 2004/01/29 00:05:05 danielc Exp $
>> Anybody care to enlighten me as to where they come from, what they mean and
> how (or why) I'd use them?
>They're CVS ID tags. They're put there by CVS in any file you commit that has:
in it. To use them, you'd use CVS for source control. A good reference (if I
may say so myself, *ahem*) is in the linux.ie tutorials section.
In this instance, that file was committed on 2004/01/29 00:05:05 by a user
called danielc, and is version 1.46 of the file.
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