Should a programmer use in or at as a preposition when referring to the version-control revision number?
Example: Which is correct, fixed in revision 12345 or fixed at revision 12345?
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Fixed in revision n says that the change occurred in that revision.
Fixed at revision n doesn't say when it was fixed, just that we know that revision n contains the fix. It could have been fixed earlier. Some people would use the two interchangeably.