How can I get the reversion No of my downloaded android source code

by max » Thu, 13 Aug 2009 06:37:38 GMT


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 Hi All,

I get the android source code from the git repository, now I want to
trace back to the original download, How can I get the reversion No of
my downloaded android source code?

Max
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