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File date/time stamps seems unworkable

From: Neville Franks <webinfo_at_getsoft.com>
Date: 2007-03-01 11:56:35 CET

I am baffled by the use of Date's in TSVN, which is likely a
Subversion issue, not a specific TSVN issue.

When I commit a file it uses the current system date/time for the file
date in the repository and not the actual file date/time as it is for
the file in the 'working copy'.

If I then Checkout the file to another PC or folder or Update it on
another PC its date/time isn't as per the original 'working copy' file

This means the exact same file on different PC's have different time
stamps, which messes up backups that utilize time stamps, and can mess
up build processes.

I've done some searching for info on this, but so far I've come up

Dazed and confused would be an understatement.

Best regards,
  Neville Franks, Author of ED for Windows and Surfulater
  Soft As It Gets Pty Ltd,  http://www.getsoft.com - http://www.surfulater.com
  Victoria, Australia
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