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RE: Don't need commit-times, now-times. Needed only real create/m odify times.

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-01-19 15:37:33 CET

Concerning RE: Don't need commit-times, now-ti
Jan Evert van Grootheest wrote on 19 Jan 2004, 9:39, at least in part:

> Jan,
> I'm not sure you are correct.
> > However, the file's timestamp is not changed by SVN on commit. It is
> > just that on a checkout/update of other or new working copies files
> > then either get the timestamp of last commit or current time.
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> I think that if you use keywords, files are updated during commit (and
> thus the times change). At least my editor notices that the file has
> changed and asks me what to do with it. But, obviously, that only goes
> for files that have the svn:keywords propery set.

Jan Evert,

you surely are right. Haven't thought of keywords (no experience so
far with them), but given SVN's policy not to change files after
commit they must indeed be set/changed in the working copy

Jan Hendrik

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