Before this change, if a previous snapshot of a given origin existed
and new changes were detected, we would start from scratch.
This change leverages the recent new db mapping for external ids (like
Mercurial's node ids) to internal SWH ids to compute what has changed
from the latest snapshot, now that it is possible to find an SWH id from
a Mercurial node id.
For revisions, the logic is simple: look at the heads we've saved and
ask Mercurial for all the revisions that are not ancestors of these
heads (themselves excluded). This is not as "clever" as the full
Mercurial discovery algorithm, but is much simpler and good enough for
the kinds of scales we're operating at on a single repository.
For tags, the previous logic assumed that all possible target revisions
were done in the same run. Here, we look at the difference between the
tags Mercurial reports and the one form the previous snapshot; any new
tag will either have its corresponding release in cache (because it was
processed in the same run) or fetched from the database using the