Does have a git commit same hash after reverting previous commit?
Does have a commit int the git history same hash after geting into the same state? For example after revert?
It is possible that there are more commits for one hash?
Let us suppose history
commit number 1: hash 1111
commit number 2; hash 2222
commit number 3(revert of 2), hash 3333 or 1111?
I know that there is quite similar question Can you get a duplicate hash in Git in any way and what are the implications, but it does not answer my question.
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