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From ajamato <>
Subject [GitHub] beam pull request #4076: Ajamato dataflow version
Date Sat, 04 Nov 2017 00:13:20 GMT
GitHub user ajamato opened a pull request:

    Ajamato dataflow version

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    This closes #4076
commit e71d9349cfa091e247f441d6878393bc0c338141
Author: Alex Amato <>
Date:   2017-11-03T23:52:12Z

    update dataflow.version

commit 2019d9389e11bf39de0e2ac0ca8346f0eb4e00e7
Author: Alex Amato <>
Date:   2017-11-04T00:11:34Z

    does it work

commit debd73fce9cd8494906b66475adab8b63ecae314
Author: Alex Amato <>
Date:   2017-11-04T00:11:56Z

    undo that commit



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