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Comment:Fix a typo in quickstart.wiki.
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User & Date: drh 2013-10-29 12:48:31
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2013-10-29
13:08
code style cleanup check-in: ea3d77c4 user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
12:48
Fix a typo in quickstart.wiki. check-in: e3ad71f0 user: drh tags: trunk
10:55
Add option -W|--width to the "fossil timeline" and "fossil finfo" commands. Defaults to 79. check-in: 2eb492e2 user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
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    abbreviation to the 40-character
    artifact identifier for a particular check-in, or it can be a
    date/time stamp.  ([./checkin_names.wiki | more info])
    If you omit
    the <i>VERSION</i>, then fossil moves you to the
    latest version of the branch your are currently on.</p>

    <p>The default behaviors is for [./concepts.wiki#workflow|autosync] to
    be turned on.  That means that a [/help/pull|pull] automatically occurs
    when you run [/help/update|update] and a [/help/push|push] happens 
    automatically after you [/help/commit|commit].  So in normal practice,
    the push, pull, and sync commands are rarely used.  But it is important
    to know about them, all the same.</p>

<h2>Branching And Merging</h2>







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    abbreviation to the 40-character
    artifact identifier for a particular check-in, or it can be a
    date/time stamp.  ([./checkin_names.wiki | more info])
    If you omit
    the <i>VERSION</i>, then fossil moves you to the
    latest version of the branch your are currently on.</p>

    <p>The default behavior is for [./concepts.wiki#workflow|autosync] to
    be turned on.  That means that a [/help/pull|pull] automatically occurs
    when you run [/help/update|update] and a [/help/push|push] happens 
    automatically after you [/help/commit|commit].  So in normal practice,
    the push, pull, and sync commands are rarely used.  But it is important
    to know about them, all the same.</p>

<h2>Branching And Merging</h2>