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From: P.Marek <pmarek_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2003-06-18 11:38:00 CEST

Hello everyone,

it's me again.
Now I've got a patch against 0.23.0 which saves the timestamps on add, import
and commit, and restores these on export (but not update).

"make check" failes on 3 tests (see attachment), which is because of two
1) "svn status -u" gives property modified ("xM ...")
2) "svn diff -r x:y" gives a property diff.

I seem to be unable to find the point where I can change 1, and I'm not sure
if I should change 2.

As of now I believe there should be a sub-class of "svn:"-properties, which
are called "volatile" in the code, and which hold the os-specific properties
- that would be svn:executable, svn:text-time, svn:acl (when we've got
these), and so on.
But I'd like to get some feedback first.

I'll now try to upgrade this to 0.24.1; if there are no other comments I'll
change "diff" to not show the volatile properties.

Any help appreciated :-)

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Received on Wed Jun 18 11:39:24 2003

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