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Re: A question of update time

From: Dale McCoy <dalestan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2011 12:59:05 -0400

On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 02:55, Slash <sharkq_at_126.com> wrote:
> When I upload a file to the SVN server, then the "Date" column in
> the Log Messages window should be the server time when I uploaded
> that file.
> In fact , I wanna the file's own Windows' updating time to be shown,
> not the upload time.

A few questions:

1) What timestamp should be shown when a single commit affects
multiple files? Presumably, the files will have different local

2) What should happen if a file (foo.cc) modified yesterday is
committed after a file modified today (bar.cc)? Should the commit
numbers automagically re-arrange themselves? Or should the log try to
tell you that commit 93 (foo.cc) happened before 92 (bar.cc)?

3) Pursuant to the above, if you update to a certain date/time, and
select a date after foo.cc was modified, but before bar.cc was
modified, should you get revision 92 or 93?

Dale McCoy


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