In version control systems, a commit is an operation which sends the latest changes of the source code to the repository, making these changes part of the head revision of the repository.
Unlike commits in data management, commits in version control systems are kept in the repository indefinitely. Thus, when other users do an update or a checkout from the repository, they will receive the latest committed version, unless they specify they wish to retrieve a previous version of the source code in the repository. Version control systems allow rolling back to previous versions easily.
In this context, a commit within a version control system is protected as it is easily rolled back, even after the commit has been applied.
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