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Re: Can time stamp changes force a commit operation?

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-16 20:57:29 CEST

Pedro Sanchez <psanchez@nortelnetworks.com> writes:

> Hello,
> Is it possible to tell subversion that a change in the time stamp of a
> file is enough to get it into the repository with the next check in
> operation? that is, even if the content of the file has not changed?


> More specifically, A=configure, B=aclocal.m4 and the project is a GNU
> autoconf/automake project. Process P is the bootstrap script. So I run
> P, which recreates configure and aclocal.m4.

Can you make P append a comment to the end of aclocal.m4 that contains
something which changes with each run, like the current date?

You know, just:

   echo "### File generated at: `date`" >> aclocal.m4


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