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Re: svn status: does not notice changed file if timestamp of "new" file is older

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-11-12 21:34:28 CET

subversion@lclark.net writes:

> As I understand it, Windows keeps three "dates" per file:
> Created Date, Modified Date, Accessed Date. I am a little confused by your
> explanation since none of those dates should be equal to their counterpart
> dates in the textbase version (I checked to make sure that this is the case).

The date on the text-base is not important.

More detail please. What are the three dates on the working copy file
in this particular case? Look into the .svn/entries file and you will
find a section that applies to the working copy file, what is the
text-time=xxx recorded there?

> Also, I went back to make sure that the WC version of the file file was
> substantively different than the textbase version just to make sure I wasn't
> doing anything dumb.

Always check the obvious ;)

Philip Martin
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Received on Tue Nov 12 21:35:15 2002

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