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Re: External item create file with wrong timestamp

From: Mariusz Jasinski <jasinski.mariusz_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 20 May 2010 00:16:33 -0700 (PDT)

On 17 Maj, 23:40, Daniel Becroft <djcbecr..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> >> TSVN->Settings->General->Set file dates to the "last commit time"
> > I would like to checkout files with "last modification time" (2002),
> > no commit time.
> > "last modification time" = last modification time on local disk,
> > before commit.
> As Andy has said, this information is not stored in the repository.
> However, as a workaround (read: hack), you could commit the binary in
> its own revision. Then, modify the revision date/time property to be
> the modification time you require (note: I haven't tested this). This

I checked this function more deeply.
When I switched use-commit-times property on yes, files in external
folders have commit timestamp.

I confused SVN don't store "file modification time" in repository.
It's a pity that SVN is worse than VSS in this area.
I must accept this SVN feature.

I found, this problem haved submitted 7 years ago and still it's
unfixed :-(

Thanks for explains


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