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Re: file modifications get lost due to FAT 2s time resolution

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2004-07-19 18:56:25 CEST

"C.A.T.Magic" <c.a.t.magic@gmx.at> writes:

> and the problem is neither update nor commit seem to fully restore
> the original speed.

An operation that both takes a write-lock and checks timestamps is
required, so commit should do the trick as should revert. Update
won't do it as it doesn't examine timestamps.

> (and update/commit would also require
> server access which you probably don't have when you bothered
> to put it on a memory stick in the first place.)

A Unix user can use 'SVN_EDITOR=/bin/false svn commit' which doesn't
get as far as committing and doesn't require server access.

Philip Martin
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Received on Mon Jul 19 18:56:44 2004

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