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From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2005-02-03 00:29:59 CET

On Wed, 2005-02-02 at 11:33, Andrew Bidochko wrote:
> I use the following command to export my project from SVN repository
> export -r HEAD --force svn://some.host/rep/project/trunk/ /home/user/project

exports aren't incremental. So each invocation of that command is doing
a fresh export, overwriting what you might have had in the target.

> Each time when I use that command directories timestamps are
> updated with export time (like now). Files came with commit-timestamps
> from the repository.
> The question is why directories timestamps are updated each time.

Well, they aren't being "updated" by svn; they're being updated by the
operating system as a result of svn redoing the export.

Perhaps we should be setting directory timestamps on some or all
checkouts or exports; this is the first time anyone has thought about
it, I think.

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