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Re: WC modification detection is reading whole files

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: 2006-02-17 16:22:10 CET

Yves Bergeron wrote:
> julianfoad wrote:
> >Yes, but it's quite reasonable in practice. For one thing, it is only in
> >unusual situations that a file is modified but its time stamp is kept the same.
> Not so quite unusual. I've got through a lot of problems on Windows where the
> operation on a working copy are realised with batch files. In my situation,
> the modification of a file (that do not change it's size) was done
> immediately after a checkout.
> The working copy was not seeing the modification. I've got to generate
> a time gap over few seconds
> between my checkout and my modification if I wanted the working copy to flag
> the file as modified.

That's a separate bug. I think I saw recently that somebody was working on it.

- Julian

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