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Re: use-commit-times bug?

From: Fabien COELHO <fabien_at_coelho.net>
Date: 2005-04-26 16:42:32 CEST

> When 'use-commit-times = yes',

Something quite misleading is that although in my .subversion/config
and /etc/subversion/config files I have a commented out

# use-commit-times = yes

which seems to suggest that this is the default value, it is not the case.

> the timestamp checker in 'svn status'
> thinks that all files have changed (because the timestamps are set to
> the commit date), thus causing a full byte-by-byte compare of ALL files
> in the repository. This is very slow.

This suggest that the master copy within the .svn subdirectory should also
be set to the commit time? I guess it could be enough.

shell> svn log local.mk | head -2
r61 | coelho | 2005-03-14 18:27:19 +0100 (Mon, 14 Mar 2005) | 2 lines

shell> ls -l .svn/text-base/local.mk.svn-base local.mk
-r-------- 1 coelho cri 292 Mar 14 18:49 .svn/text-base/local.mk.svn-base
-rw------- 1 coelho cri 334 Mar 14 18:27 local.mk

The times are indeed different with 1.1.4.

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