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Re: saving time stamps of files

From: P.Marek <pmarek_at_cpan.org>
Date: 2003-05-09 08:33:20 CEST

> > - it is used on checkout
> > - on update the newer of current and archived is taken
> Isn't "current" (that is, the time when the update happens) *always*
> newer than any "archived"? I must be misunderstanding what you meant,
> here.
I meant not to use the current time but the current file mtime and the mtime
of the newer revision of the file.

I grant that it depends on the usage.
But saving the mtime, having options to checkout and update AND
per-file-properties specifying default behaviour should get all cases.
Maybe setting a directory-property which is used by all files and
subdirectories below could do the trick - but I have a feeling that this
isn't the simplest (as in KISS) solution.

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