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2 questions about subversion usage

From: Joachim Wingartz <j.wingartz_at_btp-aachen.DE>
Date: 2005-03-10 11:37:29 CET

Good morning,

we have installed Subversion 1.1.1 and TortoiseSVN 1.1.1 in December 2004 in
order to check it out. In less than a month we found it to be 100% stable
and providing all features we need for version control of our software
development. Meanwhile more than 5000 source files (resulting in more than
800 executables and dll's) are located within a subversion repository. We
did not have one second of system downtime until now and you should be very
proud about your work!

Here are my questions:

We are using a Windows 2003 server where the subversion repository is
located and Windows NT4, Windows 2000 clients:

1.) When checking out a working copy all files have dates and times set to
the present date and time. Is there any way to maintain the original file
date and time?

2.) There are a couple of binary files (*.exe and *.dll program files) which
are committed to a second auxiliary subversion database. These files are
frequently recompiled from several places in order to provide proper
debugging information. As a result we get conficts against this repository.
Is there any way to disable conflict checking for a repository, for binary
files or ...?

Best regards

Joachim Wingartz
BTP Partner für Banktechnologie GmbH
Wilhelmstr. 29
D-52070 Aachen
Tel.: +49-241-94636-0
Fax.: +49-241-94636-50
E-Mail: j.wingartz@btp-aachen.de

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