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Force commit (when file contents have changed but not timestamp)

From: Matthias Bolliger <Matthias.Bolliger_at_aaro.se>
Date: 2007-09-25 10:09:38 CEST

Is there a way to force TSVN to commit a file, when its contents has changed but its timestamp has not?
In this situation, TSVN currently does not seem to see the file as changed, and says "There's nothing for TortoiseSVN to do here..."
I keep some code signing keys and certificates in a TrueCrypt volume, and the volume file (Keys.tc) in turn is kept in SVN. When new keys are added, or other changes made to the TrueCrypt volume, it is definitely changed, but its timestamp remains unchanged (probably a feature of TrueCrypt).
I have to manually change the timestamp of the file to make TSVN understand that the file needs to be committed. It would be nicer to have a TSVN command "Force commit".
Is there perhaps a way already? Or would this be a feature request?

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Received on Tue Sep 25 10:14:37 2007

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