On 2/21/07, Matthew Wheaton <email@example.com> wrote:
> I don't notice an option in the SVN settings to modify the file's modified
> date to be the date of the last commit when checking out a project.
> Instead when checking the files out, accessed, modified and created date
> are all the same.
> The TortoiseSVN plugin has this option for the modified date and shows the
> last committed date upon checkout.
> Did I miss the option, or is this something that can be added, as there
> may be build scripts/etc. that drive off the last committed date in the
> repo. Also, some ppl look at the file on the file system to determine last
> committed/changed date/time and don't want to have to query SVN to determine
Subclipse does not have any settings for stuff that is Subversion related.
Subclipse is just using Subversion to do these actions, so if you edit the
config file in the Subversion configuration area, then you will get the
feature you want. There are a number of settings that you can put in that
Received on Thu Feb 22 00:50:40 2007