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[TSVN] Re: Commit performance

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-19 09:57:08 CET

Jens Scheidtmann wrote:
> Nicklas Norling <exinor@exinor.net> writes:
>> I agree completely. I've particularly noted that revert doesn't
>> restore the time stamps. Every reverted
>> file should result in MD5 checks after the revert and until the file
>> is removed (or merged?).
> You have to tell Subversion explicitly to restore time stamps in the
> config file:
> [miscellany]
> ### Set use-commit-times to make checkout/update/switch/revert
> ### put last-committed timestamps on every file touched.
> use-commit-times = yes

The point is not whether subversion restores the timestamp, but whether
it makes its stored timestamp (in .svn/entries?) match the stamp on the
file itself.

Generally you don't want revert to restore the stamp on the file itself,
because that would prevent 'make' from rebuilding the object from a
reverted source file.

This is issue 791 in the SVN issue tracker - still marked as NEW :-(


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