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Re: SubWCRev should write file ony when it's modified

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 20:56:34 +0100

On 13.02.2012 18:32, Carsten Schuette wrote:
> Hi,
> we use subwcrev utility to process a template and write a file that
> contains information about the current subversion revision. This is done
> in a pre-build event in Visual Studio 2010 and works fine so far, but
> causes that the project will completely be recompiled every time. The
> subwcrev tool processes the template and writes a new result file, which
> has a new timestamp. The compiler now sees modified files and rebuilds
> the assembly – every time.
> My idea is to make subwcrev to read an probably existing target file
> before a new one is written and simply compare it to the new data. If
> nothing changed, the file should be left untouched. Is this possible?

This should already work this way, but apparently doesn't anymore (it
did before). So this is a regression.
I've opened issue #213 for this:


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