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Re: Eclipse Subclipse Plugin: Revert action modifies file change date to current date and not to repository file date

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-22 15:37:11 CET

Frank Lindecke <frank.lindecke@ma-design.de> wrote on 12/22/2005 09:35:18

> thank you for your fast reply.
> If have changed the server configuration as mentioned in the link.
> But i noticed a different behaviour between SVN interface JavaHL and
> JavaSVN.
> Using JavaSVN the behaviour is correct concerning the defined
> "use-commit-times".
> But using JavaHL it seems to be ignored.
> Question:
> Since the property "use-commit-times" has to deal with the client -
> where is the default config location found for SVN on Windows XP using
> Subclipse plugin in Eclipse?
> It can be choosen in the Preference > SVN dialog of Eclipse.
> BTW: I am using Windows XP SP2, accessing repository by "svn://..."
> Perhaps it is a problem of the JavaHL SVN interface?!

It is a problem of Subversion in general. Since JavaHL is just the same
Subversion code it has the same behavior. Try it with the command-line,
you will see.


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