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Re: Why does Subversion not detect image tag changes?

From: <stgn_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2007-08-05 15:13:58 CEST

At 05.08.2007 07:58 -0400, you wrote:
>The first indicator is the file's last-modified time. Because your
>application changes the file, but doesn't change the date/time,
>Subversion doesn't recognize the change.
>Otherwise, Subversion would have to "deep-scan" all files (look at all
>contents) to detect any changes to your working copy, as opposed to
>looking for changed timestamps and only scanning those files which
>have changed.

Thank you for your quick response! Your answer gave me a hint on which keywords to search for in the mailing list.

RE: Ignore date changes to files

Re: two file time questions

However, I could not figure out: is there a way to force Subversion to do a deep-scan, i.e. a byte-by-byte comparison?

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