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RE: preserve modification date on co?

From: Frederic Brehm <fbrehm_at_sarnoff.com>
Date: 2004-09-10 14:28:40 CEST

>>Thus I'm fooled into thinking C is a compiled
>> version of my
>> source - when in fact it isn't...
>Actually, that may not be the case. Since they updated B they should have
>rebuilt C (if not then we have a process break and there is nothing SVN can
>do about that one). When I update I would get that older B but C should
>conflict (it better but to be honest I'm not positive it would given SVN's
>handling of binaries and my lack of SVN experience. anyone?). In this case
>I will have to rebuild C to clear the conflict and everything will be good.

I think that the standard approach would be to NOT put C in the repository
since it's a derived file. Therefore, the original problem is real and you
would have no indication that there is a problem.


Frederic W. Brehm, Sarnoff Corporation, http://www.sarnoff.com/

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