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Re: Subversion erase original date of files ??

From: Matt Pounsett <matt.pounsett_at_cira.ca>
Date: 2004-09-17 00:09:19 CEST

\On Sep 16, 2004, at 14:45, Franck.fd.Dupuy@alcatel.fr wrote:

> Beside the fact that the hotfix process is impacted by the
> modification of the date of the files, the whole replication process
> (diffusion of the master thought the WAN onto different sites) is
> impacted : Because ALL all the files seems to have changed for the
> replication tools (wich is using date of files to make a delta of
> files to replicate).

Can you use subversion itself to do your replication? I'm not sure if
this fits in with your model, but the client machines that you are
distributing to could have their own working copies of your data, and
read-only access to the repository. With this, you could periodically
run 'svn update' on those working copies to keep them up to date,
without re-transmitting the entire repository.

Matt Pounsett CIRA - Canadian Internet Registration
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