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RE: Advice on best way to track file modification dates

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-03-21 22:14:07 CET

Russ Lewis wrote:
> However, I am having a problem arising from the fact that svn does not
> update the timestamps on my files. I have, in the past, used timestamps
> as critical metadata (to see what articles are the ones most recently
> uploaded or modified). Of course, when I save these files in a
> repository and then check out that repository, the timestamps are

Would the "use-commit-times" option help in your situation?

You can read about it in the Subversion book:

Robert Hunter
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