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Re: Recovering from an TortoiseSVN crash

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-05 10:56:14 CET

Dave Merrill wrote:

>> Go to the TSVN settings dialog, first page. Click on "Edit" for the
>> Subversion config file. Then you should read that file (the comments in
>> there). You will find an option "use-commit-time", which you can set to
>> "yes".
> Got it, thanks. Is there a way to force that onto the existing files, now
> that I've got an up to date copy whose timestamps are all from when I did
> the update?

I don't think so. But you can always check out your working copy again.
I'm not sure if a simple update would 'correct' the timestamps of the files.


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