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Re: Different time stamps depending on the client

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2006-01-19 11:08:27 CET

Mathias Weinert wrote:
> I think that I don't mix cygwin and native svn libraries.
> What I do is using different clients to work with my wc.
> Each client is working well and doesn't use anything from
> the other client.
Yes, you're mixing the Cygwin and native client working on the same WC.
That's the problem.

> In a windows world I suppose it's quite normal to use
> e. g. TortoiseSVN for some operations but do some other
> operations with the command line client, isn't it?
Ah, but both TortoiseSVN and the command-line client are native
binaries! Cygwin versions are not.

The catch is that Cygwin tries to emulate a unix-like environment, so
the cygwin implementation of SVN behaves as if it were on a Unix box --
and the differences between the behaviour of a unix and native windows
client are significant enough to cause problems.

-- Brane

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