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Re: Subversion & FAT failures

From: Carl Karsten <carl_at_personnelware.com>
Date: 2005-06-27 22:39:17 CEST

Norbert Unterberg wrote:
> 2005/6/27, Carl Karsten <carl@personnelware.com>:
>>I was thinking it would be better to back up
>>the time to the previous meaningful time, but then all files will be seen as
>>different, not just ones that were modified within the 2 second window.
> Not if you use that resulting time stamp for the entries file, too.
> That way the file time matches always the entries file as long as it
> is not modified. And the next file modification would advance the file
> time even if the subversion client would not delay for a second.

I don't see how that would help. But I am also in over my head - I don't fully
know what is being checked. I think there are at least 3 timestamps, One is the
real file's last mod, one is on the server and one is in .svn (I think).

I don't see how you can tell the difference between a file that was just checked
out and one that was checked out and modified inside the 2 second window.

Given that problem, I am not too worried about any others.

Carl K

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Received on Mon Jun 27 22:37:57 2005

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